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Thursday, 28 July 2011

CRUISING HOUR @ YOUR GYM...


One of the most challenging and frustrating aspects of dating is being able to read the signals you’re receiving from the guy you’re going out with to determine if he’s really interested in you. While there’s no special formula, here are a few indicators from THE GAY LOVE COACH that might signify that the man you’ve just met has a thing for you. 

(1) He initiates contact with you on a consistent basis and seems to make time in his schedule to include you in his life; 
(2) He laughs, maintains good steady eye-contact with you, tries to be in close physical proximity to you, and periodically makes physical contact with you (a brief touch on the arm, cradling the small of your back, etc.)
(3) He asks probing questions to get to know you better and demonstrates a curiosity and interest in what you have to say; 
(4) He goes out of his way to make small gestures of kindness directed your way (gifts, a cts of service)
(5) His body language is receptive, positioning himself in a way in which he has an open posture and he leans in toward you with lots of smiles; 
(6) Completely focuses on you and isn’t distracted by other guys in the vicinity, etc.

Now the items listed above, how do they come into play when you meet a guy in the bathroom @ the gym? This entry came about because a friend of mine asked a guy for his number in the bathroom @ the gym. Now call me crazy, but I have NO idea that the 'straight' acting men in my gym even took those sort of risk. So back to the tricky question asked in the beginning of this paragraph, can the signs listed above is that they can also be indicative of someone who’s solely cruising @ the gym to get you into bed? If one seeks a long-term dating relationship, is the gym improper breathing ground? 

4 comments:

  1. BISHONEN: SO THAT IS EXPERIENCE TALKING?

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  2. The situation can be either/or. I know this from personal experience in the exact same setting that you describe. I've found that the direct approach is the best way to determine if the overture is a friendly gesture or a possible romantic interest. Simply state the fact that you're gay and ask the man their interest and take it from there. Honesty is the best policy and can lead to a great friendship or a rewarding relationship.

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  3. ROGER: YOU MUST WRITE A BOOK SIR!

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