Of his love life since , which famously documented how his first love was with a man, Ocean said, “I think normal would be the word, whatever that word means, which is usually nothing.
So intellectually and communication wise, unless Frank is pretty fluent in French I don’t see how the two converse effectively.Frank opened up about his sexual orientation on his official website back in 2012. "4 summers ago, I met somebody," he wrote, "I was 19 years old. We spent that summer, and the summer after, together. And on the days we were together, time would glide. Sleep I would often share with him." He went on, "By the time I realized I was in love, it was malignant. There was no escaping, no negotiating to the women I had been with, the ones I cared for and thought I was in love with. He told the NYT, “I had, in the midst of all of this, this feeling of isolation,” he added.“Within my circle, there was a lot of places I thought I could turn that I felt like I couldn’t turn to anymore.” So he headed to London, where he made friends and began dating again.However, after acclimating himself with music industry circles, Ocean planned to stay longer and develop his music career.