I’ve been reading One Gay At A Time’s Blog for quite awhile.
He writes very honestly about his coming out process and his dating life.
Their stories were first featured Wednesday in “” Since then, they’ve received hundreds of emails and messages, thanking them.
Justin Rabon and Brad Neumann have a lot in common.
Living in a residence hall as a freshman was the first time I ever lived on my own.
It was overwhelming at first, but I was excited to get away from home.
I knew I was attracted to guys; but I was way too scared to explore my feelings so I stayed in the closet for a while.
I was also somewhat distant from my co-ed hallmates. Looking back on the situation, most of the guys and girls around me were also excited about being away from home and exploring their own interests.
College is much less insular than high school campuses can be, but both can be great times to express yourself and explore your interests.“Little did I know, sports would lead me to be the proud, gay athlete I am today,” Neumann wrote.“Track and field led me to a boy named Justin, someone who would turn my world upside down.” Almost 4 years of Happy Birthday's later and you're still the same Taco Bell loving dork I met way back when.You know, the friend who would hint to the babe you’re interested in that you are down to hookup. (Formerly Bang With Friends.) The app, DOWN is Tinder with a personal twist that already has over 2 million users hooked.Like Tinder, DOWN is all about finding local people you’re down to hookup with quickly, easily and hasslefree.