Lately I've been hooked to that show Queer as Folk because blockbuster has made it so readily available. Now I'm about halfway into season two and I got to wonder "Is monogamy completely dead?". No one in the show stays loyal to their significant other at all. It just kinda portrays homosexual life as a series of "tricks". I assume that this is just a stereotype of sorts because you can't uniformly classify everyone but I got to wonder if there's any validity in it. I mean I'm one of those people that believes that someone out there for me (kind of lame I know).
I'm about to enter the "dating scene" and I'm wondering what I should expect. I mean I'm out to try to find a boyfriend and not a random fuck, is that realistic? I know it's probably a case by case type of thing but I'm just looking for imput from someone who's been there.