maybe you should ask him, instead of asking us-not to sound mean. but if it's bothering u, u should ask him. if he doesnt tell u, then i guess u have something to worry about. but communication is very important in a relationship. so try asking him and see what he says. good luck :)
then make him answer i guess? dont let him change the answer. or, give him an ultimatum
There are things you should think about first
Does his parents know he is gay?
Are they ok with him being gay?
Is it very important for you to meet his parents?
Did he ever introduce anyone to his family even gay friends?
In my opinion
If you say you are dating that means you are still in the stage where you are both still getting to know each other even though he is very good with you it does not mean that it’s a must that he introduces you to his parents gay relationships are not as well accepted as straight relationships
Parents will always feel that there is something wrong with their son even though they might accept you as being gay because it’s just not that interesting when people start to find out especially when it comes to family
Communication is the key to most things if its something that is bothering you talk to him if he really likes you and enjoys your company then he might say something about it if not he might be hiding something that he does not want you to know about
If he's passed his use by date perhaps u could pass.
I wouldn't let my parents near my boyfriend either. Don't take it personal. They might be good people but that doesn't mean I want them knowing or talking to someone that is mine. Besides my family would question the guy to death and then gossip about it later. But that's just mine.
He doesn't need to introduce you. Your not a woman and it may be difficult. His family probably accepts him but doesn't want to meet his partner.
He's just not into you ...sorry.
Hes probably embarassed to be gay.
:( give him space.. I was like that too with my bf.. cuz I was afraid of what my family would do/say to embarrass me. So in short, it may be his family and not you..
I'm confused. You are talking about your boyfriend, but your profile identifies you as male.
what is so confusing about that? It's the year 2012!!!
Ohhh the ''letting me in'' takes a whole different meaning.
Amen. PREACH IT!!
If you are bisexual, then there is your answer. Yes, he is ashamed of you.