I was also taking Zoloft since middle school, which is known to cause sexual side effects - this may have played a part in my disinterest in dating although masturbation was frequent, so maybe not Some of my "friends", who I do not consider to be friends looking back, would often insinuate that I was into guys since I never talked about girls - I honestly just thought I didn't have a chance with the ladies, so I didn't really bother. It is up to you to decide if you want to open more of your external life to your roommates or not, really. The mostly straight male. There are plenty of people in their thirties, and younger, who have many of the same concerns. I think the negative stuff about masculinty and sexuality will process into groovier and more mature points of view as the childhood traumas get worked out. It's not enough for you to say "some of my best friends are gay," or "there's nothing wrong with being gay.
He may retreat from a full identification with heterosexuality, but rarely does he gravitate toward bisexuality, and almost never does he move toward homosexuality of any sort.
Why ‘Mostly Straight’ Men Are a Distinct Sexual Identity
I would submit that they are harboring some pretty gross bigotry themselves, Or are completely ignorant and go by what they see on TV. I am also a heterosexual male who has been told on multiple occasions, from early high school until some time after college, that people assumed I was gay. I can't picture anyone I know who has an awareness of LGBT issues approaching anyone the way your roommate approached you. But Tim and Susan and I all think you're gay. You are a little bit out - which is a bit like being a little bit pregnant. But how much gayness?
I have a reasonably good job and I also run a part-time business that I enjoy, which makes a bit of money. Lots of women thought I was gay when I was younger; if anything, it imroved my dating prospects because to some women I was considered either harmless and safe to confide in, or desirable in part because I wasn't attainable. Ignore people's bullshit, especially when they're drunk. Perhaps Ethan Stables, who has an autistic spectrum disorder, was not able to have those conversations. This also brought back a lot of bad memories of being teased in high school as well. Yet the evidence suggests that more young men identify or describe themselves as mostly straight than identify as either bisexual or gay combined. They're wrong, not you.