... And he gets around!
One thing he thinks is a big turnoff is when people identify as lonely. He shares, “I think it’s a big turnoff when someone says they’re lonely. Enjoy your solitude. There’s a difference. I’m never lonely.”
Considering he’s been out since the ’70s, he has the advantage of comparing modern day dating to how it used to be. He breaks down the difference:
“Coming out in the ’70s meant going out to bars and people were often drunk. You could stay somewhere all night and not get picked up, or take someone home who you weren’t sure of. Going online gives you a lot of options. Obviously, you have to figure out who’s sincere and who’s not, but once you do that, you can set your own parameters and filters, and meet people you’re genuinely into. I find Grindr especially helpful when traveling. When I was in London, England, I got hit on by about 40 guys. I had sex eight times in seven days!”
Read the full Vice article here.
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