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Gay dating in the UK can be tricky. With so many different gay dating websites and gay dating apps, how do you know which one is right for you? EliteSingles is one of the best dating sites for single gay professionals looking for a real connection and a long-term relationship. Don’t settle for the short-term, find the real thing with our matchmaking system and find your happiness today!

Finding love can be tough in the modern world for everyone. Most professionals have to juggle their work-life, seeing friends, and keeping up with family. The idea of fitting dating could be possible. But, what are the chances you’re going to meet a single compatible man by chance? With EliteSingles you don’t have to weigh your options. We are a gay dating site that is designed and created for those looking for a real, authentic connection.

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Gay dating in a pandemic: ‘It feels like I’ve completed Grindr’

X-rated Skype calls, saucy pictures and dealings with a catfish — newly single Martin Ahearne on his dating dos (and don’ts)

Wanna Skex…?” The message comes up on my screen on sexpandemic…Remember – Stay at home save the NHS…” I say.

How little I knew. Skex, it turns out, is what sexting is to texting, but refers to Skype, and has emerged as a popular lockdown activity.

Covid has put an end to casual sex – so what alternatives are emerging?

Before the pandemic I had newly returned to the dating scene, all online.

I’m 41 and started using Grindr five years ago. In fact, I met my last partner on it. Given that we were together for more than three years and fell madly in love at first sight, hope remains for more Grindr success. I am still in the residual grieving stage of my last relationship, working out what I want.

Before the pandemic, it was sex – as a friend jokes, “you can get a delivery on Grindr faster than Deliveroo”. But since we have all become confined to our houses, chatting on Grindr has been a lifeline. I’m not the only one who feels this way. Covid has meant that use of the app has ramped right up and I have been struck by how readily we are sharing with strangers online.  

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Grindr serial killer Stephen Port convicted of murdering men with overdoses of date-rape drug GHB

Chef, 41, dumped his victim’s bodies in a graveyard near his east London flat

GRINDR killer Stephen Port has been found guilty of murdering men he met through the gay dating app to fulfil his sexual fetish for ‚twinks‘.

Port has been convicted of drugging his victims Anthony Walgate, Jack Taylor, Daniel Whitworth and Gabriel Kovari with an overdose of date-rape drug GHB so he could carry out his sick fantasies.

Port, a 41-year-old chef, dumped his victim’s bodies near a graveyard in Barking, east London, and began an elaborate cover-up.

He lied to police, disposed of his victim’s mobile phones and even planted a fake suicide note on Mr Whitworth, blaming him for the death of Mr Kovari.

Port was found guilty of four murders and numerous other sexual offences – including the rapes of three other men he drugged for sex, at the Old Bailey today.

Why are London’s gay bars disappearing?

First Out cafe in Tottenham Court Road, Candy Bar in Soho, the Joiners‘ Arms and the George and Dragon in Shoreditch, Camden’s Black Cap and the Royal Vauxhall Tavern (RVT) are among those to be shut or sold to developers.

What is behind the trend? And what does it mean for the customers?

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The best dating apps to use right now

Like it or not, dating is a virtual world as much as a real one. Here we break down the best apps for everyone – whatever your gender, sexuality, religion or preferred type of partner – to help you find love. Or, at least, a shag

Would it be fair to say something of a malaise has set in when it comes to swiping left, right, up and down, fave-ing and generally doing all manner of finger strokes in an effort to find love? Blaming apps for the desperate state of your love life is better than admitting to halitosis or repugnant views, of course, but the fact is many singletons have been stung by bad app etiquette and are looking for other ways to attract Cupid’s arrow.

But the fact is people still love them, or can’t tear themselves away. So while we’re still reliant on apps, here’s a rundown of some of the best or most interesting. Plus, a couple of newbies to watch out for.

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If you’re looking for love on the Jewish dating scene, you’ll know that it’s not always easy to meet someone who shares your beliefs and passions. Yet, it is possible to find Jewish singles with your values: it’s simply a matter of looking in the right place, with professional dating sites like EliteSingles.

Gay Dating – Why Choose EliteSingles?

What makes EliteSingles stand out from the crowd of other gay dating sites is our sophisticated matchmaking method. After all, serious dating is about to find someone who shares your goals, values, and plans for the future. Thanks to recent dating app trends, finding someone quickly has never been easier, but these gay hookup sites aren’t helpful when you’re ready to discover a passionate and long-lasting relationship. Gay chat sites or personal ads are a similar story. Which is why EliteSingles is one of the few places gay men can find other men seeking men who are interested in who are you, not just how close you are.

When you sign up to EliteSingles you’ll take our in-depth personality test, which is based on the psychologist approved and respected ‘Five Factor Model’ of personality traits. Simply put, this will give us the information about your wants and needs to have a successful relationship. What kind of love language do you speak? How much do you need nurturing in a relationship? With these answers, we’re able to give you super-accurate matches and introduce you to guys in the EliteSingles community who suit you.

After we’ve found out all about you we then ask what you are looking for in a partner! This is where you can input your preferences. So, if you’re exclusively looking for marriage-minded singles, or childfree dating you can filter for those options only.

Once we have all your preferences, then the fun can begin! EliteSingles will send you 3-7 matches per day. These matches will be based on the information you provided to us so you can start chatting and mingling with like-minded gay professionals right away. If you prefer to look for matches yourself as well as receive them, you can easily filter by location, age, education level, etc.

Gay Dating Near Me – How Do I Find Matches?

According to the UK Office of National Statistics in 2016 over 1 million people identified as lesbian, gay or bisexual. The picture of modern Britain has become more accepting and therefore made it easier for people looking for gay dating and finding their perfect partner. However, this can be difficult depending on what part of the country you live in. Nightlife differs from place to place and even the most sociable person may find it difficult to meet men offline nowadays.

Finding local gay dating is easy with EliteSingles, when you sign up you’ll be asked how far you want your prospective partner to live. So, you’ll never receive matches from anybody further away from your selected area. If you’d prefer to search for yourself, you can also filter by location. So whether you’re from BrightonManchesterLondon or further afield – we’ve got single gay professionals looking for love in your area.

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The EliteSingles website is a great way to discover and meet gay singles. But, not everybody has the time to sit down and dedicate lots of time to their profile creation and search for Mr Right. Which is why we created the EliteSingles gay dating app, the perfect way to chat, search, and make your profile perfect on-the-go. So, if you’re a busy person then make sure you download the EliteSingles app – all the functionality and ease of the EliteSingles site but in the palm of your hand!

Safety is a key concern when it comes to searching for love online. If you’re apprehensive about starting online dating, or perhaps you’ve had a bad experience in the past, then there’s no need to worry. Your safety and security is our top priority which is why EliteSingles verifys profiles daily. Our Customer Care team is on hand to help deal with any queries or questions about your experience. Or if confidence is your problem, then check out our magazine for all the best dating tips and tricks.

Snapping the perfect selfie is typically thought of as the most important part of a dating profile. It’s true that your dating profile should showcase you at your very best, don’t just upload solo perfectly posed pictures. Potential partners want to see your whole personality through images so try and have one outdoors, one with friends and a silly one to show you’ve got a good sense of humour. Remember though with EliteSingles our members are looking serious relationships, so while pictures are key they aren’t the only important part of your profile!

What are speed dating events?

Speed dating events vary depending on the style, however, they all operate very similarly. We create these experiences for people to have fun when dating, to become more confident when dating and possibly find the one. Here at Speed Dater, we believe Speed dating is a great way to meet people, no matter what your age is and where you’re from, as we offer events to different age ranges in 24 cities over the UK. We also provide everyone with an event to match their preferences. We would never want to single anyone out, hence why we’ve created gay, lesbian and Christian events. We want to make sure that everyone can find their match. This article will explain the ins and outs of gay speed dating, how it operates and what to expect.

Gay Dating in London, UK

Gay dating in London is becoming a lot easier, especially with specific gay bars and gay events going on every week. This city is a great place for guys to meet other men in a perfect environment. There are some amazing places to do so; G-A-Y bar in Soho is a club that has events running every week so this could be perfect for some people. There are also many other bars across London that provide a night out alike to G-A-Y for men. However, if you gentlemen are looking for specifically gay dating events in London and something a little more intimate and personal. Well here at SpeedDater, we offer 1 to 1 speed dating sessions, providing men with a chance to get to know and chat with other men. Our gay speed dating events are great if you are really looking to find someone and have a night of relaxed drinking and fun.

The gay speed dating operates differently to straight or activity dating, with a completely contrasting format.

Firstly, if the host had 20 dates, they would only use 10 tables, numbering 1-10 down the left side and 11-20 along the other side. It operates like this because it is easier for the guests to move around and to avoid confusion. The men will arrive and be signed in as normal, but when they’re badged, it differs. Participant number 1 will stay seated the whole time, never rotating. The rest of the gentleman will move one seat to the left in numerical order. This can sometimes become confusing, but as long as number 1 is aware that they stay seated, it should go very smoothly. At these types of events, hosts need to be more alert and making sure that everyone knows where they are going to avoid people dating twice or the event messing up.

The rest is exactly the same as every other event we organise; the matching is online and men will receive the same type of scorecard so they can remember their dates and who they liked. They will then, as normal be able log on and check matches. The process works the same also, if you do not find someone you like at the event, you are entitled to a free event, exactly like our other speed dating.

Types of Gay Speed Dating Events in London

We hold gay speed dating events in London once a month at the amazing Village which is a gay venue in the heart of the city. It is very popular and everyone who attends our gay events loves the venue. It is also perfect for the format of gay events and allows everyone to move round the room smoothly. At the moment, we don’t run activity gay events, just the usual speed dating in London. We are hoping that at some point, we can expand and create more activity type events for all of our audiences.

Regarding gay speed dating in London, we currently have number of events coming up.

Above are the gay singles events that are live and ready for you to book, all of the details for each of these events is on the website, including; the location, how the event works, itinerary and who will be hosting the event. The host will know how the event operates, so if there are any queries at the event, the host will be able to help.

Not only do we have gay events in London but also now Manchester and Edinburgh, which is very exciting and means that people in these cities have more accessibility to these types of events.

Gay speed dating events have only just launched in Manchester and Edinburgh but we’re certain they will do well. The venues chosen are also perfect for a gay speed dating evening, providing enough space and tables to ensure that all the dates can move around comfortably. We eventually want to branch out and create gay speed dating in UK, not just London, Edinburgh or Manchester, but all over. So watch this space.


Gay speed dating is a great way for men to meet other men in a comfortable environment. We created these events to ensure that we’re reaching out to different audiences and to make sure that everyone has a chance to date and meet new people. London is a great place for gay dating and although speed dating is one of the best ways to meet people, there are also many other places for men to go to meet each other, including at our gay speed dating in Edinburgh and Manchester.

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Originally launched as “Grindr for girls”, Robyn Exton’s LGBTQ dating app has grown to be the biggest community for lesbian, bisexual and queer women worldwide. The app mixes dating and social networking, with a timeline to read the news, find out what’s happening in your city and make connections.

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Use this app to find relationships and friendships within the full spectrum of LGBTQ sexual orientations and gender identities. Its paid-for rainbow subscription lets you browse users who liked you and see if your match read your message.

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A more integrated society?

Some believe it’s a simple supply and demand equation.

The theory goes that society is becoming better integrated, meaning gay people feel more open to visiting „straight bars“, lessening the demand for gay-only or predominantly gay venues.

Paul McKeating, 33, from Stoke Newington, says: „Most places in east London or Peckham, where I would go out, feel like safe places to me, and I don’t feel there’s much point in drawing a line between ‚gay‘ and ’straight‘ bars.“

But Rob Holley, a promoter for nights at the RVT such as Push the Button, disagrees.

The 33-year-old, from Walworth, says: „While it’s easier now than ever to be gay, you still have communities that want to celebrate the things that make them different, and why shouldn’t we be allowed to do that?

„I first started going to the RVT when I was 18 or 19 and it’s as a punter that it will always be most special to me.

„We have events nights ranging from pop exams, to Dannii Minogue musicals, to recreating the Spice Girls‘ bus tour. Where else could you do that?“

Dan Glass, 31, from Whitechapel, is an activist with Friends of the Joiners‘ Arms. He says when he heard it would close he thought: „It’s a travesty on so many levels.

„I thought: this is dangerous. We start thinking ‚oh we’ve got equality now‘ because of gay marriage but still need queer spaces, places where we can celebrate our peculiarities and unpack who we are.“

Patrick Strudwick, LGBT editor of BuzzFeed, says: „Since the early 2000s the belief has been held that demand has lessened.“

He believes that in London there is „greater integration, and gay people feel more comfortable going to straight bars“ than was once the case.

However, he points out that would not necessarily lead to lower demand since „social liberalisation means more young people are coming out and looking for places to go – there’s also a big gay scene fuelled by tourists in London“.

He also says the Black Cap and Joiners‘ Arms before they closed were regularly „very, very busy“, which he sees as undermining arguments about lack of demand.

Dating 2.0

Mr Strudwick also mentions that the finger is often pointed at the popularity of dating and hook-up apps such as Tinder, Grindr and Gaydar.

In 2013, London was the single most popular city in the world for Grindr, with over 947,000 users.

Web developer Anna Leach, who also runs London lesbian website The Most Cake, thinks the two are related: „It’s true that previously you could rock up at a bar and hope to meet someone, but now you can do it at home, sitting on your sofa.“

She says there is a sense of „gay identity being dissolved into hipster culture“ and an erosion of its visibility and distinctiveness, which could lead to „the loss of a centre and, ultimately, less solidarity“.

However, she does not necessarily see the proliferation of online communication as a bad thing for the gay scene.

„It’s a chance to develop a community away from alcohol, and develop an interest in more varied types of social activity.“

A spokeswoman for Grindr said the app gives users a „multi-faceted choice“ and „many of our users, while they’re out are also online“.

Property mania

Others have pointed out the loss of these venues need not be seen as a „gay“ issue at all, but part of wider trends: pressures faced by all pubs and rising London property prices.

The British Beer and Pub Association estimates that pub numbers have fallen from 60,100 across the UK in 2002 to 48,006 in 2013.

Pub closures are slowing across the UK, according to the BBPA, but common issues affecting pubs in general include „beer taxes amongst the highest in the world“ and „changing social lives, with more people drinking at home“ .

The Association of Licensed Multiple Retailers (ALMR) reported earlier in August that there are currently 1,733 nightclubs in the UK, down from 3,144 in 2005.

Chris Wiseman, 37, who lives in Crystal Palace, says there is a „bleeding heart“ mentality among some of the gay community.

„Dozens of bars and clubs are exposed to the same pressures. When I see people complaining about it on social media, I think ‚when was the last time you went there?‘ People should actually be going down to support these places if they care about them.“

But Mr Strudwick says it is not an either-or issue.

„Property prices and rents are indeed out of control – but LGBT people feel disproportionately affected. They don’t have hundreds of bars, so when four or five close it’s keenly felt.“

Peter Cragg from Friends of the Joiners‘ Arms agrees: „I don’t believe there is an evil cabal of property developers hell-bent on locking queers out of London, although that would possibly be easier to fight against.“

But he argues: „The most vulnerable in society – whether they are economically or socially vulnerable – are the first victims of gentrification, and queer spaces seem to be disproportionately suffering at the minute.

„The good news is queer communities are no strangers to fighting back, and we aren’t going down without a big, glittery, angry fight.“

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Women like Bumble because it puts them in control – while guys can still express an interest, women have to start the conversation. This works well in theory, and is a help if you’re prone to dodgy opening gambits, but many women are so unused to instigating chats on dating apps – and probably dread the witless replies TBH – that some of them forget to message men and instead wait for them to make the first move. Bumble does have a pretty decent rep when it comes to people actually searching for something meaningful, however.

Instagram Stories

OK, so the jury is still out on whether Instagram the hotbed of sex and seduction it’s claimed to be or whether it’s just the same 100 hot people flirting with one another while you gaze upon them unnoticed. There’s no denying it’s a much more revealing insight into your life and looks than most dating app bios and you can even tailor your Instagram stories specially to your crushes and, of course, see if they’ve watched them. You’ll be sliding into each other’s DMs faster than roller-skates hitting an oil slick.

Coffee Meets Bagel

Sounds twee, but as dating app disillusion takes hold, Coffee Meets Bagel is back in vogue. It’s a calmer proposition: you’re served up one quality match a day rather than bombarded with strangers. Not taken with who you see? There’s always tomorrow… or you can hit “discover” and wade through a sea of maybes – the option is there.

Do I Date

More a dating companion than a loveseeking app itself, Do I Date allows you to review and rate people you go on dates with, or read up on people you’ve matched with before you take the plunge and ask them out. It sounds terrifying but at least it’s a good way of ensuring everyone who’s signed up is on their best behaviour – nobody will want a low rating, right? Don’t forget to hold open doors and brush up on your chat skills for full marks.


As with everything, the gay community got there first. “Orange Facebook” has been allowing guys to meet guys and do what guys do for almost a decade and while it has its issues – mainly down to its users rather than functionality TBH – you know exactly what you’re going to get: the aubergine emoji in human form.


Not so much a dating app as a personal matchmaker right there in your hand, Muzmatch is especially for Muslims who want to get married. And it looks like it’s working: over 15,000 couples have got hitched since meeting on Muzmatch. Features include selfie verification, the opportunity to use nicknames and blur your photos until you match with someone, so you can woo without your friends and family knowing, and the chance to invite a chaperone – known as a Wali – to be present in any conversations. Similar apps exists for other religious groups, including Salt for Christians and JDate for Jewish romantics.


Oh yeah, so you like dating, do you? Name three of its albums! Yep, this is for people looking to connect musically. As Tastebuds matches you to potential love interests based on your shared fandoms, this means no more arguing over what music to play in the car and your Spotify playlists will be gloriously streamlined. This one’s proving more and more popular as one thing you really can’t lie about on a dating app is your taste in music – well, not for long, anyway.


You can’t have a dating app roundup without including Tinder. While it gets a bad rep for being mainly about hookups rather than anything long-term, Tinder has often led when it comes to introducing features and, surely, 50 million people worldwide can’t be wrong, can they?


One of the few gay dating apps remaining under gay ownership, Scruff has 15 million men in 180 countries waiting to slide into your DMs. The target audience used to be the hairier the better, but focus has shifted to include even the most diligent of manscapers. The app’s Venture feature is good for men who like to travel, and includes in-the-know tips from Scruff ambassadors – and the chance to bonk your way round an unfamiliar city, let’s be real here.

Jewish Dating and the Single Life

It can be hard to date in today’s world– even when your requirements are broad. Add in some specifics, such as a desire to find someone who shares your Jewish background, and hard can become very tricky. This is something many Jewish singles know only too well: there just aren’t that many day-to-day opportunities to find a mutually supportive, long-term relationship with someone who shares your core values. Perhaps this is why many of the UK’s Jewish singles are taking the search for love into their own hands – rather than waiting for an opportunity to knock they are actively making things happen.

Jewish Dating Sites – the Future of Love?

This is a quest made vastly easier with the advent of online dating. After all, not only does the creation of a personalised profile allow singles to be upfront about their own values, the nature of online dating allows them to find others who are on the same wavelength. EliteSingles understands this – but we also understand that true compatibility is about more than just a shared understanding of what it means to be Jewish. Dating site success isn’t just about your background; it also comes down to location, relationship goals and personality – and matching people on these terms is where we excel.

Our in-depth personality test is the best chance we have at matching you with like-minded Jewish singles. We don’t just ask about your faith though, we look deeper at your goals, values, and what you need in a relationship in order for it to be mutually loving and successful. Single women and men in the modern world often spend their time worrying about so much, especially in the UK with bustling cities like London jockeying for your attention. Which is why we take over the hard work online dating websites, instead of searching for low-tech, badly designed free Jewish dating websites, join a premium dating site like EliteSingles for free today. We take the information you give us and go and find 3-7 matches we think you’d like every, single day! Giving you more time to actually enjoy dating.

Our matchmaking success is due in large part to our membership base. With an average age of 30 -55, many of our members are vibrant, dynamic professionals who make an effort to balance dating with a thriving business life.

This is an endeavour that we always try to support. Indeed, our site is optimised for singles on-the-go; so whether it’s Apple or Android, tablet or smartphone, at home or on the commute, EliteSingles is designed to let busy Jewish singles make the most of dating at a time that suits them.

As well as being successful and business-minded, EliteSingles members have one other major thing in common: their desire to find a relationship that is going to last. Indeed, a majority of our clients are dating with marriage as the end goal.

For those who are on the Jewish dating scene because they too desire marriage, this is welcome news. Joining EliteSingles means a chance to meet singles on your wavelength: both in terms of your Jewish heritage and your hopes for the future. Why not join us today?

Of course, many Jewish dating sites promise to connect you with those who share your heritage – but that’s not the only factor needed for long-term compatibility. Indeed, lasting love needs someone you can connect with on every level.

That’s why we match singles based on such vital factors as personality. Do you want true compatibility AND a partner who cares about what it means to be Jewish? Dating with EliteSingles can help.

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Of course, there is Skex too but it’s the chats that are keeping me going. I don’t know where they’ll lead but they represent the promise of something beyond this stay-at-home existence.

There are the encounters where you chat. Build a rapport. Talk about the pandemic and how you’ve been coping. You exchange some pictures – not necessarily nude ones, images of their dog, their houseplants and dinner preparations. You swap numbers and continue to chat on a less sex-based platform. Before Covid, people didn’t divulge their digits (phone numbers that is) unless meeting up was a certainty, but that has changed.  

In fact, getting off Grindr to chat on WhatsApp or iChat has become a kind of “second base”. Almost like “going steady”. As the restrictions on our freedom have stopped us from meeting for casual sex, moving the chat onto an alternative platform is the alternative.  

We can’t have random sex now, so why torture ourselves and continue to chat on an app which previously so readily delivered it?  

As for actual physical dating, well, one person is allowed to meet another outside – and we have all the time in the world to do that.  

I went on a dog walk with a fellow pet owner I was courting online that made me reconsider how the pandemic has changed my approach to dating. We met on Hampstead Heath and I recognised his tan cocker spaniel from the pictures. 

But the man behind it looked less familiar. He was a total catfish who looked absolutely nothing like his image. I immediately felt duped as I said hello and could only fake a smile momentarily before diverting my attention to the dogs. I tried – the pandemic has made me less judgemental and he was smart and funny but I did not want to kiss him.  

Would I have been more likely to go for a kiss in the good old days of vodka-saturated nights out? The answer is probably yes. Not only because the booze goggles work so very well – but because the likelihood of kissing someone who had lied about how they look is simply a non-starter in real life.  

After that awkward date Skexing seemed a far safer, less arduous way of dating. As lockdown continues with no end in sight, I feel as though I’ve completed close-quarters Grindr.  

Sure, I’m still chatting to the few golden nuggets I’ve found but with travel restricted and no new arrivals within the proximity of home, I am searching further afield, broadening my horizons.  

In a moment of genius, or so I think, I moved my search field to Land’s End in Cornwall. A friend has recently moved there and I will visit when we’re granted free movement again. The talent seems to be either 60 and married or 20 and horny – neither, unfortunately, my bag. In another inspired thought, I try the North-East of England because I love the Newcastle accent, made real to me by Christopher Eccelston and Daniel Craig in the Nineties BBC series Our Friends in the North. I decide to watch it again as the pandemic has forced me to “complete” Netflix as well as nearby Grindr talent. As things stand, I’m currently searching for an Eccleston or Craig type circa 1996. Thankfully, the talent there is very good and Northerners have the best sense of humour. Banter flows freely, even more so than with the pool of Londoners.  

My revelation is that even in these restricted times, there’s a whole world of gay men out there to explore, albeit virtually, and we have technology to thank. NYC here I come…

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Port, who filmed himself having sex with unconscious men, was obsessed with drug-rape pornography, and was attracted to smaller, boyish-type men known as ‚twinks‘.

Jonathan Rees QC, prosecuting, said: „It is a case about a man, the defendant, who in the pursuit of nothing more than his own sexual gratification variously drugged, sexually assaulted and killed young gay men who he had invited back to his flat.

„All of the offending behaviour was driven by one main factor, namely the defendant’s appetite for having sexual intercourse with younger, gay males while they were unconscious through drugs.“

Port drugged his victims by spiking their drinks or injecting them in the anus with drugs which he claimed were lubrication.

Mr Walgate, 23, was found dead in the communal hall of Port’s flat in Cooke Street after he called 999 anonymously in the early hours of June 19 2014.

Port later pleaded guilty to perverting the course of justice in relation Mr Walgate’s death and was sentenced to eight months imprisonment.

But, by the time he was jailed Port had gone on to claim the lives of two young men.

Slovakian Mr Kovari, 22, and 21-year-old chef Mr Whitworth, from Gravesend, in Kent, were murdered within weeks of each other in August and September 2014.

Both, like Mr Walgate, had died of GHB poisoning and were found in an almost identical position in St Margaret’s churchyard – near Port’s flat in Barking.

Port was jailed in March 2015. He killed again just three months after being released from prison, in September 2015, when forklift truck driver Mr Taylor, 25, was found near the same churchyard.

In total 12 men are said to have been attacked by Port over three-and-a-half years, between 2012 and 2015, four of which died of an overdose of the party drug GHB.

Port, denied all the offences against him and a jury is still considering claims relating to three men.

Mr Taylor’s parents and sisters wept in court as the guilty verdicts were delivered but Port made no reaction.

Who were Stephen Port’s victims

Anthony WalgateMr Walgate, 23, was a fashion student and gay had offered him £800 for he went to meet him he joked with a friend that he might get body of Mr Walgate, who lived in Golders Green, north London, was later found outside Port’s block of flats.

Gabriel KovariOriginally from Slovakia 22-year-old artist Gabriel had been living in Lewisham, south east LondonHe moved in with Port in August told friends he was staying there for free as Port just wanted to „fill the place“ Kovari had a long term boyfriend Thierry Amodio in Mallorca, but was known to use gay dating apps.

Daniel WhitworthDaniel, 21, was a chef who had worked in the the time of his death he was living with his partner in met Port through the Fitlads site and visited his flat on September 18 2014.

Jack TaylorJack, 25, was a fork lift lived with his parents in Dagenham, east met Port on Grindr on September 13 last year

Cops have come under fire for not linking the deaths earlier.

Port’s one-bedroom flat, was searched following the death of his first murder victim, Mr Walgate, 23, and sex drugs and baby oil were photographed by cops.

Among the items photographed on June 27 2014 were a pair of underpants emblazoned with the words „Born 4 Porn“.

Police also photographed a bottle of Amsterdam Gold poppers on the bedside table and another inside the fridge, as well as an empty bottle of baby oil.

Inside a bedroom drawer was a dildo, condoms and lubricating gel, while a living room cabinet contained a large number of DVDs.

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