Let them know God is there for them. Not only is this far too prescriptive, you also run the risk of coming across as overly negative. Not Helpful 2 Helpful 8. Your tips about telling people it's not you should do and say when chatting with other gays choice but just part of who they are were helpful.
For example, if you have a great male friend, but he's never given any indication about whether he is gay or straight then you should avoid trying to set him up on dates with girls you know. We place a lot of importance, misguidedly I feel, on not having sex on the first date.
While you may not be able to directly relate to the challenges that your friend is experiencing, offering him or her a source of support and understanding will go a long way.
Remember - you can't force a person to be straight. Does your chitchat have to be a no-fun zone, packed with PC platitudes and virtue signalling? If you are male, do you think all straight girls are interested in you, just because they like boys? To get the ball rolling, touch early and often.
Having a supportive friend goes a long way! Lots of money.
I laid next to him the whole time unable to sleep and unable to decided what the fuck to do. I try but cannot forget what he has done and every night I expect to see him on the PC when I get home, what a horrible way to live!
I asked if he talked to you should do and say when chatting with other gays on March 5th, our anniversary, and he said no that is a sacred day!?! Let him be the one who pats your knee, rubs your shoulder or reciprocate non-verbal cues of "I like that you came and talked to me".
Being a gay man or lesbian does not mean that they are attracted to every single person they meet that is of the same sex, just like you aren't attracted to every single person you meet that is of the opposite sex.
Just as it would be inappropriate for a person to impose his or her view upon you, be careful that the expression of your view, whether religious or not, does not make a person feel that they are evil or untouchable. If you have a friend who is gay that hasn't come out, then your assumptions that they are straight may make the process even more difficult for them.
Tell him that he should find a local community, or if not possible - go online. That sexuality is a sliding scale and shouldn't be used as a defining factor of a personality. As for what you should say, it all boils down to saying things with love.