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I feel like a lot of twentysomethings, because of immaturity, aren't as informed about the disease and stigmatize it." —Christian, 27 "If I settle with one guy, delete Tinder, and stay in all the time, am I going to miss out on The One?
What if the person I'm with right now isn't the right person for me?
Even in this day and age, a gay bar is still a novelty.
Straight bars outnumber those geared toward a gay demographic. TIME." —Matt, 27 "If you are gay and in your twenties, chances are you've seen someone write 'drugs and disease free' or 'negative you should be too' in their profiles.
Even though they're absolutely correct, maybe my idea of fun is not being single.
I know what 'wild and crazy fun' is out there, but I already got it out of my system. So yeah, I have every right to want to be with someone." —Tom, 22 "Every guy I've ever met that's my age just doesn't have their shit together.
At least when I was a big guy, men were more interested in other aspects of me." —Erich, 24 "Gay apps usually come with some sort of sorting hat for your 'gay tribe.' It sucks that there is so much division within the gay community in that respect.
That's why I prefer meeting someone through mutual friends or activities.
Am I saying no to all the other guys who might be the one I want to spend my life with?
I feel like I only want to date someone who I am 100% convinced I'll be with forever." —Craig, 21 "Between Grindr and talking to people on all the others, it takes up a few hours a day. When you are constantly texting multiple people and don't respond to one, you get the infamous question mark text. It's just a lot." —Taylor, 22 "Because of dating apps, you can find out where a guy works, what kind of company he keeps, and all the places he's lived before even meeting him.
But I've learned that those romantic conventions don't work when you are trying to date a queer person.
The dynamic of two men being together IS DIFFERENT.