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You can also contact this page in German: "Leser eine aufgeschrieben-durchschnittlichen Ausbildung," which means "How to talk to gay guys on the Internet." The same article is published on German TV channel ARD, here, but with a different title. Here are some interesting questions, with links to answers and videos: Q: What is the name of the German word for "love"? A: In German, the word "love" is a verb, like "bei" (i.e. love), "ber" (i.e. heart), or "sü" (i.e. soul). For example, you may think "wir ich haben sich gehen" or "das sich sie gehört." It's "sich auf" (i.e. love). In English, the verb "love" is not so simple and can get a bit confusing. So we're going to use the German translation.

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After the meal, we went for a run, but she wasn't feeling good. "It feels like I have some sort of hangover," she told me. "I think my body is getting sore."

We got on the train back to London at half past seven. We'd been waiting for gay dating sites online an hour, but the train never arrived. Finally, the driver came, and we climbed into the back of a carriage.

She told me she had been a professional dancer. Her name is Jazmine. She'd worked for two years on the stage at a gay club in London called Soho House. But this was a first for her. "This is my first time with a man, and I feel so comfortable in front of him," she said.

She's also a mother. Jazmine gave me a hug, as if I'd lost a friend, before driving us to the next stop on our road trip, a gay bar called The Soho, which has its own set of rules. I asked Jazmine about her life in the UK. "I am not a social outcast," she said. "I have friends, I'm married and I am active in the LGBT community."

But she still wants to have sex with people from all over the world. She wants to know all the details, she said.

It's been a very long and winding road for Jazmine. It began with a few months in the UK when she fell in love with a fellow student, a gay man from Nigeria, whom she dated for a few months. They were together for only a few weeks before they broke up, although she never told him. "I was still figuring out myself." After that, she decided to try dating in the US, though she'd only recently been to the States, in part because she had no family. It was there that she met up with an older guy in his 30s whom gay chat rooms she thought was gay, but he turned out to be a "normal person". They dated for several months before things got serious. Jazmine and the man, she says, had sex once a week for three months. "He always came after the end of work on Friday and I would just drive home at the end of the week and he'd be gone. I was always so happy to see him, I felt like I was dating my best friend."

She says that the most important thing to her was not the man's sexuality but the person he was. "He was one of my best friends. I thought if we could just online gay chat get him to be gay and then I could accept it, it would be okay."

The fact that Jazmine had been dating the man, even though he wasn't openly gay, didn't bother her. "I had to accept it because he was my best friend. It was just a phase, and I knew that whatever happened the next two years, it gay men sites would all be alright."

Jazmine says that her husband was supportive and she was happy with her decision to come out. "I've met a lot of gay men, and they are very happy. They are really happy for me, they are very proud of me."

The moment meeting gay guys online she came out she felt like it was the best decision she had ever made. "I was proud that I came out in such a positive way. I wasn't like 'Oh well, I shouldn't have come out' or 'Oh well, I should have stayed in the closet'."

But now that Jazmine is a mom to two kids, she wants to tell her story to kids.

"I think my parents will be disappointed," she says. "I'm very happy being a mom, and I'm very proud of my sons."

"The other day I saw my little one walking around the house and thinking, 'My mom's gay! I'm going to look really silly!' But I think it's more important for me to say I'm gay, because it doesn't matter how you identify or who you love."

Watch Jazmine's interview on Channel 4 News and Channel 4's This Morning on Thursday at 21:30 GMT or catch the whole story on Saturday at 6:30pm.