Skills are crucial for surviving in a digitally obsessed world. Being gay today requires self-affirmation of our strength, potential, and place in today’s culture. Whether we know it or not, we are living the dreams of countless LGBT men from previous generations. It’s high time we start growing some self-confidence.
A gay man should have a bit of dignity for himself, and the best way to gain such dignity is by opening himself up to new experiences. I believe today’s culture requires us to posses certain skills (outside the bedroom), many of which I think can benefit our livelihood both personally and structurally. Say what you want about them, but I believe the every gay man needs to learn do the following:
#1) Approaching a Hot Guy You Assume is Out of Your League
Beautiful men are everywhere (not just at gay bars or in the scene). One of the most common misconceptions about really attractive guys is that they “know they’re hot.” This might be true for pretentious dudes twerking in the clubs, but if you spot one in a grocery store or at the dog park, chances are you’re making an unfair assessment. The only way you’re ever going to get better at approaching people is to simply take the plunge. You have one life. What do you have to lose?
The best way to start a conversations is by, surprise surprise, small talk. Breaking the ice can be challenging if you’re not used to doing it. A lack of confidence is rooted with a lack of self-belief. Believe in yourself and what you have to offer; you’ll soon see how quickly your attitude shifts. You’ll be much more focused on the present rather than the future (aka: a fear of him rejecting you). You make up the rules. Flirting is a skill every single gay man ought to ripen. Read more about it by clicking HERE.