Seek out a close friend who knows the truth and ask for their support. Pick your dates carefully. Second half of Part 4: Who do they stare at when they think no one is watching? I'm 13 and I like some guys at my school, however, I'm scared to ask them out because I'm afraid they'll make fun of me.
He is probably as nervous as you are.
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Once you match with someone and agree to meet, you should offer where to meet. If you want to go to the experts, make an appointment with a medical provider who you know to be knowledgeable about LGB health issues; your primary care provider may fit the bill. This will bring your relationship to another level. College is when people open up. Go slowly; try to spend a little time with him and find out how he feels about gay people before you open up to him. If the guy still likes you, tell him what you just said.
If it goes badly - what have you lost? If you trust your teen to be honest with you about their relationships, set some ground rules. Go slowly; try to spend a little time with him and find out how he feels about gay people before you open up to him. This is the same talk I hope any parent would have with their kid about sex, gay or straight. What do I do if no one in my school is gay and I am still in the closet? Don't stop being his friend, unless you don't like him.