Our expert says:
It might mean that he is gay, but equally he might be curious or unsure of his sexuality. For now I would suggest no pressure, but in general make it clear that you are fine with him being him whoever that is.
If you are wanting to speak to him about not being happy about him looking at porn sites you can keep that very vague in terms of the orientation of the content. In that way if you say you don't think he should be looking at porn sites rather than saying you dont think he should be looking at gay porn sites he will get the message that your concern is about the porn rather than the orientation of it.
Many teenage boys question their sexuality especially in the early teens, and it is about giving him to time to become aware of who he is and what his preferences are.
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