Do you have a gay male friend? Many London escorts like myself like to hang around gay men. The truth is that we will feel comfortable around them. When you want someone to talk to, it is often easier to talk to a gay man than a straight guy. Also, I have noticed that most gay men are more open minded about London escorts. My male gay friend who I love very much, is really the only London guy that I like to talk to about all of the things that go on at London escorts.
The problem is that I still think that a lot of gay men find it hard to become accepted in society. Lesbian women seem to have fewer problems when it comes to being accepted. It seems that the female sexual act is viewed differently by others. Somehow it is imagined to be gentler and seen as “cleaner”. I am sure that many of us still think of gay sex as something crude and a bit dirty. I even know London escorts who feel that way about gay sex.
What can you do to help gay men? When I have time off from London escorts, I love nothing better than to throw parties for all of my London escorts friends as well as private friends. As so many of my private friends are gay, I love to take the opportunity to introduce them to my other straight friends. The more we meet others who have different sexual convictions than ourselves, the more accepting we start to become. It is a bit like dating London escorts, some are happy to accept London escorts, others are not.
What should you do if you find that your friends have a hang-up about your gay male friends? The first thing you should do is to talk to them about why they are so hung up about your friends being gay. Remember that to you it may be something completely normal, but they may see it differently. When I first started to work for London escorts I never thought I would get into BDSM. I did not understand what men got out of it. Now that I know more, I can fully appreciate what men get out of BDSM. The same thing goes for gay people. Not everybody understand what gay guys get out of being gay.
Eventually, I think that all of us will accept gay men. It is not going to happen overnight and it may take another 10 years. Most of my friends who are not gay have a really hard time understanding that I want to work for a London escorts. Little by little, my closest friends got used to it, but I know that many find it a challenge. If you have not accepted your gay male friends yet, perhaps you should examine your own life. What makes gay men different from the rest of us and is there something particular about gay men who turns you off? That is what you should consider before you rush into making hasty decisions whether to have make gay friends or not.