There are no signs really, as a gay man "in the closet" (that is, hiding his homosexuality) will be anxious that no-one suspects he is gay and will give nothing away.
It's not easy to tell who is gay unless they choose to reveal it. For example, some men will go out of their way to exaggerate gay mannerisms, but that is usually because they are accepting of their sexuality and happy to let others see it.
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While there are many apparent signs and stereotypes attributed to gay people, the only conclusive way to tell if someone is gay is if they tell you. Only they know their sexual orientation until they decide to share that information with people.
Being sexually attracted to a person of the same sex.
as far as i know, it means secretly
ie A gay (or homosexual) who is keeping his sexual orientation secret and has not "come out" and publicly admitted it.
An unsatisfactory sex life, extreme intimacy with members of the same sex, and homophobia are all signs of latent homosexuality.
no he's not gay.
Yes he is GAY, but he's still in the closet.
''Coming out of the closet'' generally refers to someone who acknowledges and discloses that he or she is gay.
"Coming out of the closet" usually means that someone has announced that they are gay.
A closet has nothing to do with a person's sexual orientation. It is a figure of speech when a person that has not been public about being gay makes it known- they "come out of the closet" and into public notice.
This question is an oxymoron in a way that you cannot know someone is gay if they are in the closet. The only way to conclusively know a person's sexual orientation is if they come out of the closet and tell you.
A closet queen is usually a gay male who has not "come out" to his friends/family about his sexuality.
"In the closet" is a slang term meaning that you are not letting anyone know you are gay.
Probably but if he is he isn't out of the closet
I doubt it, but he maybe "in the closet"
This is not a question.