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Why is it so hard for someone to accept that someone is not interested in them?

Sour-rose

Sooo let's say someone is gay or... trans... or even pansexual. Yet, there may be a time when a gay person is interested in a guy and the guy says "Yeah, no thanks. I'm not gay." Gay person is mad and throwing a tantrum and guy is just... standing there, guiltless. I'm not different as I was into a guy aaand he rejected me. That burn on my arm hurt but we were on a social chat app... and I uninstall that app a lot. Soo irl, why do some of us can't handle the rejection and accept the person we like is just not into us? It seems to be a difficult thing to handle and think the person is just being... rude? I don't know, there's many things upset people call it. Do you have any idea why it be like this?

Why is it so hard for someone to accept that someone is not interested in them?
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