So, I'm openly gay and I go to college where I live right off campus; so that means super partying. I meet a lot of guys, and I'm really outgoing. Guys seem to get...gayer when they drink? I don't know, but let's just say most of the people that I've hooked up with are "straight". Also, straight guys who consider themselves homophobes or something are always really comfortable around me because I guess I don't really have the stereotypical gay qualities. There is a specific guy that I've made out with on a couple different occasions, and I actually really like him. I don't see him much when I'm not around partying, but he is a very sweet guy and always tells me how much he likes me. I've only made out with him at parties where we pretty much know everybody. The other night we were at a bar and I went to make out with him, and he pulled away. All of his friends are convinced he is just a closet case and needless to say, I'm confused. I've told him that I've liked him often and that seems to make things more hot, but I don't even know how to describe this situation properly because it's so strange. The sad part is that this is not the first time this has happened. I feel like I'm always toyed around by "straight" guys. Why can't people just be fucking comfortable and accept themselves? Hopefully you can get the gist of it, but has anyone had problems like this in the past? Or any advice? Should I just stop pursuing him and leave it up to him for when he is more comfortable?