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Or maybe he just likes to pretend that he does. Most guys in the world are straight. If you like men, it's only a matter of time until you're going to find a straight one attractive; they're all over the place. Under most circumstances, this doesn't have to be a big deal. You see a guy you like, you realize quickly enough that he's straight, and you move on. Some of us might not want to give up so easily, however. Though it's probably not the best idea, some people let their feelings take over, and they become infatuated with a specific straight guy.
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Queerbaiting is a marketing technique for fiction and entertainment  in which creators hint at, but then do not actually depict, same-sex romance or other LGBTQ representation. Queerbaiting has been observed in popular fiction such as films and television series, as well as in celebrities who convey an ambiguous sexual identity through their works and statements. Additionally, queerbaiting is a form of taunting hopeful queer audiences only to reject any queer implications between characters. Queer theory suggests that although queerbaiting focuses on promoting genuine representation and queer identities, queerbaiting is subject to the binary queer versus non-queer produced from a heteronormative discourse.