He is also a rapper and hip-hop is very LGBT phobic, so he hopes people look past his bisexuality and focus on the music.“I could see it affecting some people listening to my music, but if you’re a fan of good music that shouldn’t bother anyone.” “Don’t let ANYONE take away your happiness just because they think it’s ‘gross’ or they don’t agree with you liking the same gender,” says Zach.Contact a girl, and you're lucky if you get a response, much less a nice one. I thought online dating was supposed to save me time. " I wish this were an easy answer Jonathan, because your question rings true for many of the men I've worked with in the past few years, as well as friends and even dates who have asked me a similar question.In my opinion, the answer is a complex one, and I'm unsure if explaining it in great detail it'll make a difference with what you're really after: meeting more women, or perhaps just meeting The Woman of Your Dreams.
She was excited because she thought he was attractive and went to the school she recently transferred to.
“A couple people thought I was gay but it didn’t really bother me. People are always gonna think what they think,” continued Zach.
“Then there’s the other half that will always bring up girls I have hooked up with and the others that will say being bi isn’t a real thing.” Zach has a very interesting dilemma.
With that in mind, I'll only go into the why's briefly, and try to spend more time on the how's (what you can do to increase your responses).
Few people realize that most dating sites keep all users listed indefinitely, and some refuse to purge their database of old members, even if said former members have found love and deactivated their account.