How To Know Homosexual Guys Are Hitting On You
Learning how to know homosexual guys are hitting on you is important to know so you can handle the situation appropriately. If you are not interested, you want to make sure that you do not lead them on and let them down gently. If you are interested, you don’t want to miss your chance by ignoring his signals.
- Watch for the “pickup lines.” As a guy, you know all the pickup lines. They are the little lines you use to get someone you have an attraction for to know you are interested. Because you are so used to using them, it can be hard to notice them when they are being played on you by another male. If you are not familiar with pickup lines, you can find plenty of them online and they will give you an idea on what to watch for.
- Watch the topic. If the topic becomes sexual, and the topic is not women, then you can have a pretty good idea that the guy may be homosexual, and he is very possibly hitting on you. Red flags should definitely be going up when the topic becomes about sex and you. If you would like to avoid this topic, then simply steer away from it by stating your preference in a subtle way, such as talking about women. If you are interested, then keep the topics going.
- Watch the physical contact. When a guy starts touching you in a way that you might touch someone you are attracted to, such as rubbing of the shoulders, hands or hair, you can assume he is hitting on you. Simply let the guy know you are not interested if he begins becoming physical, because you may have misread some of his other signals and he may think it’s a green light because you haven’t said anything thus far. And if you are enjoying it, then by all means sit back and enjoy!
If a homosexual guy is hitting on you, don’t be too strong in your reaction. You don’t want to hurt his feelings if you turn him down, and you don’t want to completely turn the guy off if you are interested by being overly strong. Just play it cool and be up front, but simply letting him know if you are, or aren’t, interested.