This rule is almost never stated or enforced among queer communities.
When I agree to Aidan’s request, it’s with an awareness of how questionable my judgment sounds. You magnify that with a whole set of anxiety-driven fears that are produced by the media,” says boyd.Half the fun of going out is getting to know someone new, so allow yourself to let that happen organically." —Oliver B."Please don't compare us to your exes—out loud or even in your head.Sometimes horror stories about them can make for fun discussion, but don't ever bring your ex into the conversation if it's not called for.Queer communities are often small and insular, and once you've found one, you tend to hold on to it for dear life.It's difficult to meet people you're romantically interested in beyond an already-defined circle, and outside of your city's queer scene, most people you run into are likely to be straight.Sure, they might take to him or her immediately, which often happens, but what do you do if your friends don’t seem as enthused as you are?