Hello Everyone! Firstly, I would like to thank everyone for helping me with my previous "relationship" issue. I have been able to turn off my "attraction" to my co-worker and have kept the relationship professional. Now I have another...situation I guess you can call it. I talked about a new guy at my work which was in the "Appearance" threads as he is always wearing skin-tight bulge showing pants. This guy I'll call "Jeff" is only a Summer student and is basically leaving my Company after August to go back to University. Here is the dilemma, now I'm attracted to him (cute, adorable, hot-tight little body, nice ass, and of course enormous bulge) as he's...shown to be somewhat "gayish" and people at work wonder if he is straight or not as he seems gay. My gaydar is absolutely horrible so I'm looking for people's opinions on his actions...a little insight if you would call it. 1. He talks kind of girly, has the "gay lisp" that a lot of feminine gay men have 2. Wears pink shirts at least once a week (2 weeks ago he wore pink shirts three times) 3. He was listening to his I-pod and when I went over to his desk to borrow a pen he sexy-winked at me. (do straight guys wink at other guys? LOL) 4. He's kind of girly; I scared him a couple times like...if you're looking at your computer monitor and come up behind and try to get their attention, he'll do a little girly jump, lol. 5. He likes Lady GaGa, LOL (ok, how many actual straight men like her music?) 6. He dresses very "metro", kind of flamboyant with bright colours, ALWAYS super tight pants that show off an impressive bulge and an even more impressive cock (I admit it...I urinal-peeked...I apologize if it offends anyone) So would you think he's gay/bi or just a really girly straight man? Any insight would be great! Thanks! PS. Before he leaves for school...if my suspicions are right I want to tell him that I like him/think he's adorable...but, need other people's views first to "confirm" Thanks again! :biggrin1: PPS. Since he's leaving for school it wouldn't be a "conflict of interest" if I pursued him outside of work.