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We’re both old enough now that virtually all of our LGBTQ friends are out of the closet, so sometimes it’s easy for us to forget that this isn’t the everyday reality for everyone.
Many LGBTQ folks are still struggling to figure out their sexuality and testing the waters to see if it’s safe to be open.
The problem is, I soon realized that Pete was still acting like a married man who was sneaking around on the side.
In his old school way, Pete was only openly gay to a certain extent.
-JWell J, I concur: What better place to turn for all of your gay lifestyle needs than here at Gay Life on About.com? What seems like inconsistency on his part is really a manifestation of the mixed feelings he has running a muck in his head.
And because it’s such a complex and stressful time of life, we’ve been asked by readers: Should I even date someone who’s still closeted?
I'm fine with him not being out and would NEVER do anything to jeopardize that.
Is he just saying he doesn't want anything serious because he doesn't want to be outed or am I just wasting my time on the "relationship"? What's playing out in your "relationship" right now is fairly common for mixed couples where one gay is out and the other is just seeing a crack in the closet door.
I say "boy" not because we were teenagers breaking curfew. Which brings me to the catch (and back to the sneaking around): Like Will Lexington (above), the rising country star Chris Carmack plays on the ABC TV series , Shane was in the closet, chronologically a man but a boy to the bone.
Shane* and I were grown men, consenting adults who had been seeing each other for several months. Nobody aside from one or two close friends knew he was gay, and for the foreseeable future, he was intent on keeping it that way.