One of the cons of the current queer dating scenario is having a lot of options for every queer person in the community. Now you may be that person who feels all alone, left out, single and horny all the time looking out for people, and also who feels difficult in finding a person to hookup, date, or get into a relationship. Don't worry, all you need is to improvise your dating game and elevate your standards by maintaining an approachable personality. But most people in the queer community are getting ended up with too much choice, especially when it comes to dating.
In this millennial era, virtual dating became a booming market to allure and attract people from every nook and corner of the world to get connected. Hence, these gay dating platforms became prominent places for a queer person to find a wide range of gays, lesbians, transgenders, bisexuals, and all queer people. Nowadays, everything is happening online. From a single "Hey" text to an intense emotional breakup paragraph, two people can start and end a relationship virtually on these dating sites.
You can discover many kinds of people online, the open ones, the closeted ones, the perverts, the educated, the decent ones, the horny pigs, the desperate, the emotional ones, the casual ones, people who look only for hookups, sex, only for casual dates, only for serious dating, relationships and find a wide variety of queer personalities. All you have to do is to construct an appealing profile and get the game started. Simple!
Initially, it all seems manageable, exciting, thrilling, experimental, adventurous because of the exploration of one's sexual orientation, sexual attractions, sexual fantasies, and fetishes too. But gradually, things may become complicated if you get habituated with the aspect of entertaining every single person you come across in your dating life. This is the main reason for many people not to be stable in a relationship, especially when one follows the typical dating rule of "there is plenty of fish in the sea."
Keeping your options open is fine. Being open as an option for others is also okay. But maintaining too many options may ruin the harmony of your dating life. You may consider it as something to boast about in front of others or may depict yourself as a cool dude who is constantly desired by others. Well, that's kind of intoxicating your personality.
After seeing, meeting, and dating a reasonable number of people, there are chances for you to get into a serious relationship. It's always worth finding someone after searching, looking, and filtering various kinds of people. That's what dating is all about and after finding the right person, that phase must be ended. Of course, if that so-called right person ends up as the worst decision of your life, you can always get back to your dating life but you shouldn't keep that dating mode 'ON' while you are in a relationship.
But most of us fail at separating the worlds of dating and relationships. After crossing the honeymoon phase, every couple faces difficulties in surviving their relationships, but that is very common because that's the actual beginning of a relationship. If you think you can be always crazily happy and joyfully satisfied in a relationship, then you are not made for a commitment. A relationship faces several hurdles, cross various barriers, fight against all the odds just to flourish further and survive better and that's the genuine way of understanding each other and remaining in love forever.
But soon after facing emotional issues, misunderstandings, miscommunications, behavioral differences, opinion clashes, many people in the queer community, think about giving up on relationships especially those who are aware of so-called choices in the dating scenario. These too many options make a person drift away from reality and think about getting out of the relationship and starting over fresh with someone else by considering the people who are available in one's dating life.
Strictly speaking, if you consider these endless choices over the person with whom you can still sort out things and get back to the standard state of a relationship where you both can see a better bright future together, then you end up being alone as a person who always searches for the right person. You won't encounter the right person. Because if you keep considering various people as your dating options, you may skip off the right one.