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Here's what they had to say: "Growing up, I loved romantic comedies that depicted the happy endings of straight couples.
Their pictures were years old, and we didn't have the same interests/conversations we had online.
On one hand, this is kind of great because you get to weed out a lot of clunkers you wouldn't want to spend time with.
On the other hand, it sucks because there's less for you to discover from spending actual, in-person time with him." —Dylan, 29 "When 'Masc4Masc' and 'Straight Acting' are no longer a thing, then a lot of our dating problems would be eliminated.
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.It's become a thing to hide behind a virtual wall and become something you're not.