Can girls turn you gay?
A gay friend of my told me that he had been turned gay by Croydon escorts, they had in fact turned him off sex with women. I don’t think that is true as being gay doesn’t need to mean that you have been turned off sex by other women. Most gay people are not made gay, they are born that way. It is part of your genetic make up and is very unlikely to change. A lot of gay men are very proud to be gay but some of men only resist their natural urges.
Brian, who claims that he was turned gay by Croydon escorts like those found air this site http://charlotteaction.org/croydon-escorts/, has instead been gay is entire life. He is a good friend of mine and I have never seen him look at a woman as we have been walking down the street together. He has always looked at men so I don’t think it is fair of Brian to say that Croydon escorts turned him gay. This is just a poor excuse and it is part of his self defence mechanism. He says this to stop the hurt that he is feeling inside. The problem is that Brian feels guilty about being gay.
Brian was brought up in Croydon by his rather strict mother and father. When he was fairly young, he discovered that he was attracted to other men. He was not interested in normal heterosexual relationship at all but he was very frighten to tell his parents of his feelings. Brian did not want to to disappoint his parents and he was also very uncomfortable about the way he felt. As Brian got older he tried to form relationships with Croydon escorts has he had never been happy to form relationships with normal girls. Brian very foolishly thought that Croydon escorts might be able to cure him off his emotions, but the truth is that it only made it worse.
Brian had been dating Croydon escorts for a couple of months when he told me that he had started to feel repulsed by all Croydon escorts that he met. he was claiming that they were turning him gay. I told him that this simply wasn’t true and I thought that he had been gay all his life. He just had not come out of the closet and acknowledged he was gay. It was clear that Brian was feeling bad about himself, but I could not do anything about it – he needed to heel himself.
I suggested that he found a gay help group and spoke to them about his problem. They would be able to put Brian in touch with his true feelings and sort out what was going on his head. At ﬁrst he was very reluctant, but after a couple of months he did manage to be brave enough to get in touch with a group. Talking about how he felt made a huge difference, and Brian ﬁnally managed to realize that he was gay.