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I really do believe in Love at first sight. I walked into a restaurant one day and met the eyes of a man and felt instantly connected to him. I had never seen him before in my life, but I just knew we were meant for each other and I have never ever felt that way before. I have met a lot of men, good looking and not so good looking and have felt nothing, but the moment my eyes met with this one, I knew we were meant to be together.And I even guessed that he was gay, I know these sight when a man discover you by eys. So love first sight exist even if you are gay.

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Tim
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I am also of the opinion that it is not possible thus to understand whether this person is gay or not. so there are people that it really easy to understand, but in most cases if you are at the first meeting say that you are gay it just means that you are by their behavior or appearance is provoked. That is, if a man walk backwards then wagging about her say that she gay. and no matter whether it is actually true. because society more visible. These all their measurements and standarty..arrrr ... annoying!

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Carl
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Here are some way how to differentiate a gay. Don't ask everyone you know if that person is gay. This is pretty much the worst thing you can do if you want to discreetly find out if a person is gay. If someone is gay and not out, there is a good reason for it, and the last thing that person would want is for you to run around asking everyone in sight if they think that they're gay.Don't scrutinize the way the person talks. This is another silly myth to avoid. Don't spend your time looking to see how the person drags their words, lowers their voice, or imitates certain expressions/intonations when they talks. You can spend years analyzing the way a person speaks and it won't lead you anywhere, so don't waste your time.

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I don't think that gays can be easily recognized among straight people. Because the way you talk, the way you behave and the clothes you wear have nothing in common with the gender of people you fall in love with. If it really were so, then bisexuals would change their behavior each time when they start to date with a woman after dating with a man an oppositely. Of course, there are people according to behavior of which you can tell exactly that they are gay. But only if they underline it and focus your attention on that fact that they are gay and they don't try to hide it

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Richard
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I also don't think that it is possible to figure out the sexual orientation of a person looking at this person only once, becausre appearance does not always show the soul and the inner world of the person. There are gays who look like gays and straight who look like straight, but there are also straight who look like gays and there are gays who look like straight, so appearance is not enough for making conclusions about the person's sexual orientation. I do not think that it is possible to figure ou the orientation without personal communication with that person

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Today the terms heterosexual (straight), homosexual (gay and lesbian), and bisexual are the most commonly used terms by researchers to describe sexual orientations. While not many other terms have been proposed to describe heterosexuality or bisexuality, a plethora of terms have been used by researchers to describe homosexuality, including uranianism, homogenic love, contrasexuality, homo-erotism, similsexualism, tribadism, sexual inversion, intersexuality, transexuality, third sex, and psychosexual hermaphroditism. Today's preferred terms and the term "sexual orientation" itself have a wide variety' of definitions in the literature but these generally comprise one or both of two components: a "psychological" component and a "behavioral" component. Not all definitions include both of these components, and as are discussed in detail below, definitions that include both components use either the conjunction "and" or "or" to join them. WE probably define a gay through looking at the behaviour of him, through observation of his body language.

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Peter
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I think that this is true. It is not very hard to identify the gay person among the straight guys as there is something like sight and movements of the people. This is like: you see the guy who is walking along the street and he is watching on the girls and he is very manly. Everything depends on you if you show yourself manly - no one will say that you are gay.

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Peter
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For most people, no there is no real easy way to tell if a person is gay, bi, straight, catholic, Baptist, whatever.
When it comes to sexuality watch their eyes. Gay men tend to let their gaze linger longer on males than females. Straight men tend to let their gaze linger longer on females over males. Bi-sexuals tend to spend time 'appreciating the view' with both genders. Of course this only works on the ones who are interested in 'dating' or are sexually active. There are 'prudes' who totally refuse to stare (let their gaze linger) on either gender, or who are absorbed in other things to actually pay attention to the hot tight butt of whomever just walked by.

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Peter
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To tell the truth I really do believe in Love at first sight. I walked into a restaurant one day and met the eyes of a man and felt instantly connected to him. I had never seen him before in my life, but I just knew we were meant for each other and I have never ever felt that way before. I have met a lot of men, good looking and not so good looking and have felt nothing, but the moment my eyes met with this one, I knew we were meant to be together.And I even guessed that he was gay, I know these sight when a man discover you by eyes.

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Ben29
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One, and the most visible sign that you are from LGBT society is the ring on the thumb of a person. It doesn't matter who is this - a gay, or a lesbian. As for me, I don't wear such rings. Usually people don't notice that I am a gay from the first sight, I am quite masculine one.

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