Is it easier for gay aspie males to get in a relationship?

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24 Dec 2018, 12:24 pm

You would think it would be harder because gay people are only 3% of the population, however gay men don't have to ask a man out, whereas straight men have to ask out women. Women don't like asking men out.



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24 Dec 2018, 1:28 pm

How do they get in a relationship then, if gay men never ask anyone out?
Gay men ask out men.


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24 Dec 2018, 1:46 pm

Raleigh wrote:
How do they get in a relationship then, if gay men never ask anyone out?
Gay men ask out men.


Yeah, gay men do ask out men, but a gay man doesn't have to ask out a man in order to get in a relationship. There is a chance that another gay man will ask him out. Whereas straight men have to ask out women or they won't get in a relationship. A woman is unlikely to ask out a man.

Part of the difficulty aspies have in getting relationships is knowing just how to ask someone out.



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24 Dec 2018, 2:14 pm

Our fellow sex is in most cases easier to understand and so in that sense guys can relate well.

I think my b/f is also on the spectrum, and that makes it easier. We are different in many respects but he has many of the telltale signs, even if they are in many cases different to mine.


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24 Dec 2018, 3:57 pm

I've had more than a few gay guys hit on me but I've only had a couple women hit on me online & offline so I do think it would of been a lot easier for me to get in a realtionship if I were gay. I've contemplated having a gay realtionship before cuz guys were the only 1s interested in me.


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25 Dec 2018, 6:57 pm

Short answer: probably
Definitely easier for them for sexual encounters though



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26 Dec 2018, 2:07 am

^^^True.


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26 Dec 2018, 2:13 am

It ain't easy for me. Just sayin.



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26 Dec 2018, 2:19 am

You're attractive enough, bet you'd get a lot of action if the gay guys in your area knew you are "available".


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26 Dec 2018, 4:00 am

TW1ZTY wrote:
It ain't easy for me. Just sayin.

Do you meet many gay guys in real life though? If you're relatively insulated then it would stand to reason that you won't meet anyone