Boland92 saidLonely times indeed. I wish I wasn't such a social retard, cause then maybe I'd be able to meet some friends or a guy. It's been this way since high school. I keep telling myself things will change but they never do.
The awful thing about lonliness is that you never get used to it. It's like constant misery and boredom.
Are you going to any places where you are likely to meet guys your age? I know you can't drink yet, and the bar scene isn't always the best solution, anyway, especially when you're starting out. Do any sports, have hobby interests, like to do serious bicycling, take gym classes, have an interest in political activism?
All these and more are not only enjoyable in themselves, but can help you to share your interest areas with others, and to start personal networking. Not always with gays but in mixed groups, too (in Fort Lauderdale there are almost no straight-only groups, except for some churches).
At this point the important thing is for you to learn socializing skills, that you can apply in starting gay relations. So that you don't have to focus exclusively on activities that are strictly gay, like gay softball or bowling leagues, though you could certainly do those, too.
Your big advantage is that you're living in Gay Central. The gay population density doesn't get much better than this, except maybe sections of SF. You gotta come up with activities that get you comfortable interacting with people, and the guy part will just happen, cause there are gays all around you. Pity the poor guy who lives in a small, remote farming community on the Great Plains (as I once did).