I'm 21, soon to graduate college, and have yet to be in any form of a "relationship," at any point of my life despite me being out to almost everyone. It is very
common so don't think too much into it.
As I've said in another related post, the pressure to date, especially in college, is extremely
high, as you see many of your hetero-peers dating since high school, and most of them have had at least one or more relationship by mid-college.
You cannot compare yourself to them. Sets you up for disappointment as heteros quite frankly have a much easier time finding other people. A simple example is they can just assume the other person is straight; it's the majority. Gay guys have to be much more pro-active, which unfortunately is more time consuming, when it comes to finding guys. Which, as an engineering major, I just really do not have. (Instead I'm wasting time on RealJock typing this
) Whereas the heteros can for example just sort of bump into each other in class and ask each other out on the date with none of the: 'if he likes the same gender mind-games crap' that sometimes we have to go through.