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    Split up from my girlfriend of 4 years about two months ago, she was basically someone who I thought was "the one", but it ended pretty badly. Anyhow, I've always been bisexual but never been with a guy. When I was with my gf I had no need to act on it, now i'm single again i'm really curious.

    I'm in London and i'm really tempted to just go out to a bar alone and pick up a guy, but I wouldn't know where to go/ where to start. Is this just a really bad idea? Nobody knows im bi- apart from my ex ( I told her after we split), all of my housemates are away for the weekend too, seems opportune.
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    anybody?
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    I've been thinking about doing the same thing lately, but like you have no idea where to start.
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    (Original post by [Shadowplay])
    I've been thinking about doing the same thing lately, but like you have no idea where to start.
    Ever heard of Canal Street, pal? Not that I have, as a straight man... :K:
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    (Original post by Addzter)
    Ever heard of Canal Street, pal? Not that I have, as a straight man... :K:
    I walked there once on a Saturday night, it was filled with middle-aged camp guys as far as I could see, I thought I'd never "fit in".
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    (Original post by [Shadowplay])
    I walked there once on a Saturday night, it was filled with middle-aged camp guys as far as I could see, I thought I'd never "fit in".
    Gross.
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    Try finding a LBGT group near you? That way you might learn about the gay scene in your area.
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    It don't know where to start physically or conversationally. hmm?
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    (Original post by soup)
    Try finding a LBGT group near you? That way you might learn about the gay scene in your area.
    I want to try it (a guy) out, rather than discuss things lol.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I want to try it (a guy) out, rather than discuss things lol.
    But you'll meet people there who might help you in finding gay bars/clubs.
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    I want to try it (a guy) out, rather than discuss things lol.
    http://www.mancentral.com/
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    If it's just about hooking up with someone for sex, go online! Dont waste your time in bars.
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    (Original post by [Shadowplay])
    I walked there once on a Saturday night, it was filled with middle-aged camp guys as far as I could see, I thought I'd never "fit in".
    what's wrong with being middle-aged and camp? I hate the stereotypes men have forced upon them. They're either too *womanly* or too laddish and *intimidating*. Men just can't win.

    What is your big problem with people being themselves?
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    If you just wanna hook up and try it, then try a dating site like plenty of fish then search for people just wanting to do same in your area
 
 
 
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