I know a straight woman who wants that—to have a relationship that evolves from a friendship—and she's failed to get it for over half a decade. My point is, it's pretty hard to get that if you're straight, let alone gay.On top of that, you don't want anyone to find out your gay or go anywhere that might seem gay, so hopefully you're getting an idea of how unlikely this is and why you need to come out, lighten up, or let go of some of your criteria because you're essentially reducing the likelihood of success to zilch. You're probably going to have to use the internet in some way, like by going on a gay-friendly meetup (such as those you'll find plenty of on ).You're in San Francisco, so that's basically anywhere in the Castro or even the Mission.
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You want to meet other gay guys but 1) not through the internet and 2) not anywhere deemed gay, because then someone might think you're gay.
You want this while (hopefully) understanding that you're dealing with approximately 3-5% of the male population that are actually gay, which isn't much, and you want to meet as friends and have that evolve into a relationship.
There is no reason that the complexities of our non-monogamous lifestyles should prevent us from engaging in the celebrated act of SPEED DATING.