Thursday, August 5, 2010


Day two with my blog! woohoo I'm so excited to keep writing. I'm sure you guys are all wondering more about me and who I am, like:

Am I dating anyone?
What I look like.
How many guys/girls I've slept with.
My personality.

No worries, that's why I made this blog, with the intentions to hold nothing back and to be completely honest, even when it may be embarrassing.

For one, I am a virgin. Yes, I'm 19 years old and I still haven't gotten laid. I kept it this long, so I mine as well hold onto it and give it to the right person. I'm extremely inexperienced.

I am single and I've never had a girlfriend or a boyfriend. Actually, I've never even been on a date before.

I'm a relatively shy person, so if I did see an attractive guy, I wouldn't have the courage to go up to him and spark up a convo. I need to become more confident.

If you guys have any other questions you'd like to ask me, feel free to leave a comment and I'll do my best to answer them for you!

Thank you for your feedback :)


  1. things will fall into place man. u should def. meet up with bi or gay guys from nearby in same boat. awesome blog posts man! keep it up!

  2. I would like to meet bi/gay guys but I am extremely picky when it comes to guys i am attracted to. I am not attracted to feminime guys whats so ever so Im not even interested in talking to a gay guy(since I personally haven't met a masculine one yet) and I can't tell a straight guy from a bi one so I usually just check out the straight ones

  3. hey man, i feel like we are really similar lol i think a lot of guys around our age struggle with the same things. but love the blog man

  4. Yeah Iv'e been reading your blog too and you seem like a really cool, chill dude. I wonder just how many guys struggle with this, I bet your right. Its probally more then we think....which could be a bonus for us ! ;)

  5. preciate that man! and im sure there are more like us, its just so hard to tell. i dont know anyone who is bi and out about it. not something you want to tell everyone you know? it would be better if we didnt have to hide it and everyone was cool with it

  6. Nice to meet another member of the V club!! In some ways your story sounds like me, in that we are only a year apart (I'm 20), I've only had one very short relationship, and only went on my first real date thursday...but in other ways we are different; I have had experiences with people, I'm a girl, and I'm (mostly) straight.
    I think you'll find the right person when you need to, and you don't have to give up your dreams just because you are bi. You can still have the wife (or husband) and the kids and the white picket fence. Best of luck, I'll be reading!

  7. Thank you Madeleine. I can already tell that this upcoming school year is going to be different then any other. I plan on telling several of my friends so its going to be wierd knowing that they know. But your right, the right person will eventually show up in my life somehow. I just have to keep truckin' along. Glad you found my blog(first girl follower :)) and I hope that date went well!

  8. I'm experiencing just the same thing as you. I'm also confused and afraid that I'll be single forever. But I'm really happy that I'm not alone here. I just wish that all gays and bi have a certain peculiarity which tells us of their sexual orientation and enable us to approach them. love your blog.keep up the good work. I hope to know you as a friend.

  9. You guys are so funny.
    Got one for ya: NAMETAGS

    *Hi My Name Is: KIRK - I'm Gay*

    Would that work? LOL

    Sorry to admit I never had much problem getting asked on dates... by girls. (Saying yes was the problem...) But it made me very poor at taking the initiative myself. Go ask!! The worst that could happen is they would laugh hysterically. Far worse things than embarrassment. Yall are far more interesting than you fear you are not. Trust me.

  10. Not sure if this is still the case since I'm just now playing catch up with your blog, but I totally know how you feel. I'm 26 and have only been on a couple sorta-dates with girls quite a long time ago. Once I started seriously questioning my sexuality I put the brakes on doing anything with girls, yet I'm not at the point of trying anything with guys. Feels like purgatory, and I'm not a fan.

    I can imagine how hard it must be trying to figure out who is and isn't gay. Sometimes I wish I had some sort of superpower that would allow me to differentiate between gay and straight guys. Like if I turned it on all gay guys would glow or something.

  11. I don't know if you see comments on your really old posts, but whatever. I guess I want to wait to lose my virginity to the right guy, too, but there's so many stereotypes about gay guys being sex obsessed. It makes me question if that will happen. Best of luck finding someone!

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