Oh, Daniel sweetie, that's terrible. Listen, I'm a bisexual female, and people used to throw stuff at my ex-girlfriend and I in the hallways of our old high school when we would hold hands. She broke up with me because of it, school was the only place we saw each other since neither of us wanted to tell our parents. I realize it's a lot harder for a male to be gay and accepted than it is for women, but you can't get down on yourself. You're only sixteen, you have your whole life to find love in this twisted world we live in. There is a guy out there for you, he's waiting for you, maybe he's having as hard of a time as you are. But you will find each other eventually, I promise. Right now is not the time to be so obsessed with finding love, or even acceptance for that matter. You're in high school, trying to find those things is going to be almost impossible. The first thing you need to do is love yourself and ONLY yourself. You are the most important person in your world, and your world is the only place you need to be right now.
I'm on this website, too, so maybe I'm not the best person to give advice, but then again, maybe I am. Remember that guy that I told you was out there? Dont rush to find him, or else you wont be ready for him. He wants you to love yourself, he wants you to be happy. And let me tell you, you won't find happiness in popularity or material goods or even silly little crushes and love. Don't let some guy be what makes you happy, because people come and people go. You can't rely on others to make you feel good, you need to do that for yourself. Because if they leave, well, you still have you, and like I said, you are the most important person in your world.
I hope everything works out for you, you sound like a very sweet guy, maybe a little lost, but sweet nonetheless.
Best of luck and tons of love,
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