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What are the unspoken rules of being a gay guy?

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There’s no user manual to being gay, so until some enterprising dude publishes one, all we can do is heed advice from others in our community.To that end, hundreds of Reddit users commenters shared words of wisdom after one person asked for the “unspoken rules that every gay guy should know.”Here are some of their responses, edited for brevity and readability… and judiciously censored for mixed audiences!“Communicate, and don’t assume that you are on the same page or that anything should be considered ‘common sense’ and doesn’t need to be addressed.”“Do.

Not. Fall. For. A. Straight. Guy.”“When a straight guy is being nice to you, it doesn’t automatically mean he wants to have sex with you. ”“Just because he’s screwing you doesn’t mean he loves you.”“Don’t even begin to crush on someone unless you know for a fact that you have a chance. … This will save you a lot of heartbreak.”“Always keep good people and friends in your life.

A good friend is worth so much. A great friend is worth their weight in gold.”Related: Redditors offer tips for befriending other gays“If you only make friends with potential sexual partners, you will miss out on many amazing relationships.”“It’s not a compliment when someone says, ‘You don’t look gay,’ and you should never take it as one.”“If you cheat, be prepared to be hated for not just months but for decades.”“Sh*t happens.

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