What naj said.
I'm guessing monot is autocorrect for more.
But either way -- having sex with someone you just met is a risky behavior no matter what form of intimacy it takes. But don't confuse the inherent riskiness in this instance with any risk at all.
Life has risks but they are of differing degrees. This was a more risky behavior than sex with someone you know. Is sex with someone you know absolutely, 100% no-risk nothing ever, everything is going to be hunky dory forever and ever and ever?
Of course not. And that would be true whether your partner was male or female; that's not inherent in gay sex. It's inherent in reality.
The point I am making is to take this as a learning experience and try to move onto relationships where you actually send time with someone before doing the deed.
And maybe consider a talk with an impartial professional about your anxiety, okay?