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Gay men have a reputation for having a three-word philosophy: Anything That Moves.There's a perception that we can have whomever we want whenever we want for whatever we need. We throw a look or a smile and if we get it back, SCHWING!

You don't want it to blow up in your face just because you are feeling a little insecure or jealous.People assume it's easy for gay men to meet guys they're attracted to, but it's not.Some of us are in the closet, some of us are recently out -- with no experience in dating or hooking up.Have you ever wondered how it will be, if and when, you meet your boyfriend's ex? Sometimes there is no rhyme or reason for chemistry.Have you wondered the right things to say, the right things to do and how to act? Keep in mind that have him right now, she doesn't, so there is no reason to be snippy. If you are scratching your head in disbelief that he was into her and now he's into you, don't bother, you will never be able to figure it out. Don't do the old contrast and compare because chances are, this will just make you feel insecure.But if we don't get it back -- and trust me, mostly we don't... We're as threatened by beauty, tongue-tied by crushes, and paralyzed by fear as straight guys when they see a beautiful woman.

That's why the reaction most gay guys have when they see somebody at a party or a bar goes something like this: • Who's the cute guy in the corner and why isn't he looking at me?

• But he's not looking • The last time I got the nerve to say something the guy just turned his back on me • WHY WON'T HE LOOK AT ME?

• How come I always have to be the one to approach somebody? • I'm tired of going home alone • LOOK AT ME, DAMMIT!

Will and Kate began their day by meeting with kids at a Stepping Out session led by BBC Children, where they participated in a focus group that aims to inform children's television editorial staff and content producers about how kids feel about issues like mental health challenges.

Will then attended a private meeting with the Cyberbullying Taskforce and The Royal Foundation, while Kate participated in a Sesame Street workshop and learned about the important work the team is doing.

Some of us are in a long dry spell, or just getting out of a relationship. They've been replaced by what gay guys derisively call "S&M" bars -- Stand & Model.