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There’s no denying labels can be very important, to help people forge a sense of identity in a world where they may feel more marginalised – every letter in the growing LGBTQIA alphabet has fought for and earned its place.But just as labels can reassure, they can also confine or confuse, or seem like a restriction to those terrified of being defined by it for ever."[He set] the boundaries enough to let me think, hope, there's a chance, it just needs time; but there was always that nagging feeling, the dread it could end.”Out guys are likely to feel sympathy for the straight guy in these situations – they’ve been there – and it’s common for gay or bi men to believe those who don’t come out are not living a full life, even if the straight guy feels that’s not the case.As a fresher at university, Robin, then 18, fell into a relationship with Dom, 24."Being with someone who doesn't want to accept the possibility they’re bisexual is difficult on a relationship, especially if they're still happy at the time to pursue one."Coming out can be a euphoric experience in a way, and make formerly closeted people feel they’re finally moving forward after years of stagnation.But if you’re in a down-low relationship with a straight guy, you can find yourself going backwards.

“The whole time he wasn’t comfortable holding hands or kissing outside.” Even though PDAs were kept to a minimum, it didn’t take long for word to get out.

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You can’t blame some for not feeling any desperate need to “belong” – with reported crimes against LGTBQ people on the up and a political atmosphere that feels increasingly likely to push back on the community’s hard-won freedoms.

Although coming out is a huge part of your life as an LGBTQ person and can be a liberating experience, it’s not for everyone, and some men are rejecting this what you embrace their label but have sex with guys who don’t?

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