Politely ask him to stop because it's making you feel uncomfortable. Just because he's gay (I am, too) doesn't mean that his coming out to you means the floodgates have to open on the hows and whys any more than it would if a straight friend wanted to share on his sex life. Tell him you care about him and hope he can find someone who can make him happy. Don't automatically assume that because he's come out to you that he's coming on to you.
Sounds like you and him are working under different rules. Spell out the rules you don't like deviating from to him so he can know what makes you uncomfortable.
Well, on some level maybe he told you that because deep in his heart he trust you for accepting who he is. But then if you feel uncomfortable be sure to tell him, so he would understand that it's not that you want to stop talking to him, but it's just that some of his words make you uncomfortable
Maybe because he likes you. Be honest enough to ask him directly so you can be honest with him telling him that you are not gay.
Perhaps you have to explain you are a private person, and dont want told explicit sexual details or sexual gossip discussed in a lurid way.Explain you dont want a friendship with him , to seem like you both are writing a new version of a sex manual.Sometimes friendship needs guide lines, in order that neither of you get upset or angry.. Some people love a " Dirty Story " and want a " blow by blow " desc
duck and cover
he tell ya how he clogged another guy up for an hour?
If he is making suggestions and your not interested just tell him that. If he is gay.. maybe he is trying to figure out if you are as well....
Has he violated the Man Code? Just ignore it, never speak of it again.
simply say...way too much information...i don't want to know.
I'd tell him to stop. If your not gay and he is talking to you like his girlfriend, that won't work. Guys aren't generally good at that stuff. Tell him to discuss it with a girl or another gay guy.
It is up to you to choose between your own politics and your friendship.