Privately, if you represent the love of your partner's life but publicly if you are confined to the position of a roommate who shares the same abode, then do you feel completely okay with that kind of public image even though you are truly into each other with utmost romantic attachment? Typically, this is one of the current issues which is seen in most of the queer couples dating scenarios. Unfortunately, this is becoming an emotionally traumatic issue for people who are already out of their sexual closets.
It's hard for an openly queer person to be consistently tagged as just a friend or a roommate or a colleague from a workspace in front of one's closeted partner's family and friends. When two people get into a relationship, they expect to be noticed by others as a couple, definitely not as two different individuals, especially when they are proud of what they are, regarding their gender identities and sexual orientations. But if one of them is not completely out or not so proud of what he/she/they is, then the other person encounters a lot of restrictive relationship attributes in one's dating life.
If you are gay and if your boyfriend behaves as two different individuals when in private and among the crowds, even though you may understand his closeted status to some extent, after a while you surely become impatient and you may force your partner to come out proud. If he fails at doing that, you may also end up struggling with various kinds of emotions, feelings and most importantly you may fall into a relationship dilemma.
Strictly speaking, if a person decides to introduce one's romantic partner as some random stranger to the outside world, that person couldn't be trusted to be opened up at any point of his/her lifetime. These kinds of partners make you feel like trash at the end of the day, because they may not comprehend how you feel as you are completely accepting, evolving, and engaging from your side. But if keep facing the same restriction in your relationship and if no one comes to know what you are actually together, then what's the whole point of being in a romantic relationship.
Of course, being in love is not about announcing to the world that you are romantically engaged but at the same time if you are in a relationship, you can feel the freedom of that romantic bond when it gets recognized by the world and when two persons considered as a couple. If you are dating someone who always tags you as his/her/their just a roommate even though you know each other's inside out by sharing the same room and same bed, then that person isn't worth enough to deserve your unconditional love.
Coming out as a queer person is not a condition, but a necessity. The queer community is all about being proud of one's orientation and identity. If someone