A sexually charged video about the dangerous emotions caused when a mostly straight man teases his vulnerable gay best friend.
Mostly Straight Category
We hear a lot about the Big Three Sexualities — straight, bisexual and gay. Most of us assume that these three orientations encompass the “majority” of sexual identities. But the Mostly Straight Guy is one of the fastest growing categories of sexual orientation.
Problems with Being In Relationship with a Mostly Straight Guy
James identifies as gay, but his first proper relationship was with a man who did not. “It’s crushing during the relationship and after,” he says. “Being with someone who doesn’t want to accept the possibility that they’re bisexual is difficult on a relationship.”
Coming out can be a euphoric experience and make formerly closeted people feel they’re finally moving forward after years of stagnation. But if you’re in a down-low relationship with a straight guy, you can find yourself going backwards. James continues: “When we spent time together, generally indoors, everything was happy. But when we went out in public it was terrible. He would treat me like a stranger in front of his friends and family and yell at me for showing any sort of PDA. It made me feel like I should be ashamed of my gayness.”
What are your thoughts? Is it worth taking the risk of being neglected to be with a “Mostly Straight Guy?”