So once you have a pretty good idea that the guy you like might be bisexual, you have to make him feel comfortable to confide this in you. The problem you're describing is that your attraction to straight men is so rigid that it blocks you from enjoying a genuine relationship with another gay man. No data is shared unless you engage with this feature. When we become gay adults, sexualising those straight 'daddy figures' gives our unconscious a way to feel safely attached to them. If you think that you may be chasing straight guys for these reasons, then I encourage you to do some self-reflection.
Ward argues that it is largely down to both our culture and to the media.
It's OK guys, just admit it - half of you are not 100% straight
I am a gay guy and am only attracted to straight men. You cannot change someone's orientation. Study those men closely enough, and you'll soon learn that every man - even a hyper-masculine one - has some feminine qualities. ComScore is a media measurement and analytics company providing marketing data and analytics to enterprises, media and advertising agencies, and publishers. There may be a deeper, subconscious issue involved here, but that's beyond the scope of the article. If he thinks that you're going to just roll your eyes and make assumptions about him, or try to push him to be "more gay," then he'll insist that he's straight.
Yes, a persons' orientation can change. So I did what a lot of people do and went online. You won't try to make him do things he's not comfortable with. Are these couples relationship goals or just too upsettingly perfect? If he's dated girls before, you might assume he's straight without even thinking of the possibility that he could be open to getting it on with guys as well.