Our expert says:
I hope other readers can be helpful about dating as such, as that's not really an area of expertise I'd claim !
Actualy, I tend to agree with Kelly --- it's important to be true to yourself, as sustaining, lasting and fulfilling relationships don't arise when one is pretending to be something one is not. But maybe you're not yet securely sure what you are in terms of sexual orientation, and this is where a counsellor can help you to clarify your thinking, and to work out whatever it is you want. "The Right way" is a dodgy concept, as many people across history have done pretty awful things because they believed it to be the Right Way.
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