As a follow-up to my earlier post on finding a boyfriend I decided to see what the experts had to say.
I ended up with Boyfriend 101, a gay dating guide by Jim Sullivan published by Villard Press in 2003. I post the reference here because this book may be of interest to people who are just starting to date or might be wondering what the gay dating world is all about.
You guys might be interested to find out that "nice Mormon boy" is an official category in the list of "types" of dates, according to this author.
The biggest concern I have about the book is that it is written for people who have already come out and are secure in their sexual identity. This may limit its usefulness to people who are just coming out (you know who you are). In any case, check it out if you need some basic, practical advice on finding a boyfriend or are curious about how the process works.