Many gay men find themselves in a position where they want to explore their sexuality with someone who is straight, but are unsure how to go about it. The most important thing is to have confidence in yourself and to know that if the straight guy rejects you, it's not your fault. You may have done everything right, but he simply doesn't feel the same way. Whether it's because of his own insecurities, societal expectations, or personal circumstances, sometimes straight men just don't feel comfortable exploring their sexuality.
One of the first steps to seducing a straight guy is getting him to open up to you and trust you with private information. One of the best ways to do this is by building a connection through conversation. Find common interests and be an active listener. This will show him that you are invested in him and will help establish a mutual respect that will make it easier to move forward with the relationship.
Another sign that a man is hiding his true sexuality is his discomfort with discussing gay-related topics. This is often due to a psychological process called projection. The individual projects their own insecurities or internal struggles onto a person or topic to distance themselves from the feelings that are evoked.
Finally, a man who is hiding his homosexuality may also feel uncomfortable when a straight man makes physical contact with him. For example, he might avoid group hugs or become visibly tense when other men touch him in a friendly or non-sexual context. This is because he fears that these actions might reveal his desire for a sexual relationship with a straight partner.