Imagine someone with social anxiety who is gay trying to meet someone: If you want to go to a bunch of different clubs in an evening, feel free to do so. In a forum space that is supposed to be specifically for and about LGBTI people to discuss their issues! There is this dichotomy sometimes of being either invisible or treated as an other. And that's assuming you have the confidence to walk up to an attractive stranger. Some people are over the top, and some people are chill. I was one of the original supporters including Kazz's name for it for the new Rainbow Cafe
If you are, then think about how you feel for him.
This must be a constant concern, but not something I suspect that can be prevented as easily as excluding non-gay persons. Seeing as the transcendent rainbow cafe with no name is an all inclusive safe place. Paul Champion Alumni. Studies show that assuming what's known as a "power stance" can improve your confidence.
Small guys can be just as great.