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Or it could be a parent or friend expressing their disgust about a gay person or gay event – such as Mardi Gras – when you were a teenager.

The desire to have a lot of sex can be a way of ‘catching up’ and a natural part of the gay coming out process.But homophobia can be an incredibly subtle experience and one that you may not even be aware of at times.It can be as subtle as seeing an expression on your parent’s face when they saw an overtly gay person, when you were growing up.You may have developed defences against your fear of rejection, and these defences are actually keeping you separate from other people.Many of the men I speak with don’t believe at first that they have experienced homophobia or have internalised homophobia.

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