14 Great Places to Meet Gay Guys

Single and looking to date? Tired of seeing the same old faces amongst your friends? There are plenty of ways to meet single gay men – you just have to get out there and start mingling

If you haven’t yet signed up to a dating site, you belong to the minority. The time when only desperate people used online dating are far gone. After meeting singles through friends, online dating is the most popular way of meeting someone. And why wouldn’t it be? You can flirt at any time, anywhere and easily search for people nearby with similar interests. What’s not to love?

1) Hey, I loved your profile! Especially the bit about cooking naked…/traveling to Egypt/running off with the circus/(insert what you liked)… Would love to find out more about you! Maybe we could exchange some messages or grab a quick coffee some time?!

2) Hey, I loved your profile! Especially the bit about going to secret pop-up restaurants – I love food! So tell me…how can I charm you into revealing one of the secret restaurants and a little bit more about yourself? ?

3) Now you’re a person I would love to grab a drink with! What an interesting profile! So tell me…is it as bad ass being a pilot as I used to think when I was thirteen? ?

Finish the messages with a simple “Best” or “Have an awesome day!” You can make the messages a bit more flirtatious, just don’t go overboard!

If you’re using a dating app instead, like Tinder, you only have space for like two sentences about yourself in your profile, so make it count. And remember if you’re looking for something serious…mention it. A lot of people use Tinder just to have a fun weekend…

With the rise of online dating people started figuring out that people want to make new friends online too, not just date. Sure, you’re looking to meet single gays, but by connecting with other people, gays especially, guess what? They’ll have single gay friends who they will introduce you too! Besides, rather than sitting at home sulking about being single (if you should be doing that), get out and have fun! After all, being single is a chance to do all the things you don’t have time for when in a relationship.

Meetup Groups () exist in almost all bigger cities and offer meetups for anything from coders and entrepreneurs, to people who love cats. So whether you want to find a group where you improve your French, or watch old movies, you will. There are also meetups for singles, gays, etc. It’s probably one of the most brilliant tools you’ll ever find for meeting a lot of new people fast. And unlike going to a bar, you won’t feel awkward showing up alone and wondering if you’ll find someone to talk to. A lot of people will show up by themselves and they all have one thing in common: they want to meet new people.

There are also usually events like bar nights for networking on the first Friday of the month, etc. in bigger cities as some genius worked out that it’s easier to meet people that way. Likewise there are membership clubs/organizations that arrange events. First Tuesdays is one which arranges monthly events in the city. And membership clubs are a great way to meet people full stop. It used to be only high profile people who could access these kind of clubs, but nowadays there are all sorts of membership clubs. Especially for creatives who want to network.

If you are an expat, or simply enjoy meeting international people, try A Small World, Couchsurfing (you don’t need to couch surf to be a member!) and InterNations. People who move abroad/move cities pretty quickly figure out that it can get lonely. As a result someone decided to set up organizations arranging weekly/monthly events in bigger cities around the globe. Not everyone may be single, or gay, but the more people you meet, the higher the chances of meeting someone who is. And everyone you meet will have friends they’ll introduce you to…

What used to be horribly lame and stilted affairs in bars have evolved into the most fascinating events. While you can still attend mixers at bars, there are now single nights where you play old fashioned board games, or sing karaoke. There are some incredibly fun concepts out there – just check what’s going on in your town.

The great thing with single events? It’s not an issue to show up on your own.

There is something to be said for bars. While it is stressful (and sometimes downright depressing) to go to bars just hoping to meet someone, it is still a good way of meeting someone. So long as you are doing other things, like joining dating sites, attending events, etc. so that you don’t feel any kind of pressure of meeting someone, a night in a bar can be lots of fun! Go with people you enjoy hanging out with and show up to have fun instead of meeting men and you will be a lot more relaxed.

A good thing to remember on the bar scene is that getting plastered doesn’t make you attractive, nor is it a good tactic to determine whether you really like the men you meet. If you want to find your next date in a bar, stay sober enough to know what you’re doing.

Yes, shocking, I know. Social media is for connecting with existing friends, right? Wrong. Well, right and wrong. LinkedIn was built on the premise of networking for work. Twitter allows you to connect with almost anyone whom you want to by enabling you to mention them in a tweet. And Facebook, well it’s good for a number of things when you’re single.

First of all, you can check which of your existing friends are single (just type it into your search bar in Facebook).

Secondly, it’s a great tool for getting to know if someone is interested – when you meet someone connect on Facebook as soon as possible and shoot them a message saying it was nice meeting them. One thing tends to lead to another if there’s interest…

Thirdly, there are a ton of groups on Facebook for single gay men. Find one in your area and see what’s happening!

If there is one place you’re guaranteed to meet gay men it’s LGBT events and fundraisers! And if you show up by yourself, people will assume you’re single, which will make it even easier to meet someone. Especially if you feel comfortable mingling, or know the organizers, or someone else there. Offering to be the Table Captain may also get you networking!

A lot of professional organization have a special chapter dedicated to LGBT members, such as the National Gay Pilots Association.

Business networking events may not be targeted to gays in particular, but as already mentioned: the more people you get to know, the higher your likelihood of meeting the right man for you, or making friends that introduce you to him. Networking events are also the kind of events you can show up to by yourself, making it easier as you don’t need to drag someone else along for the ride.

Networking events tend to be one-offs (unless you are part of an organization that do them on a monthly, or annual basis), which means you have to follow up with the people you meet to create lasting connections. Classes, whether in art, business, or something else, are usually weekly, or bi-weekly, meaning you meet the same people over and over again. This makes it a lot easier to form long-lasting friendships.

If you’re really keen to learn, most universities offer year long diploma courses happening in the evening, such as UCLA Extension. These courses can enrich not only your social life, but also your career.

Local organizations offer plenty of volunteering opportunities, which in turn are opportunities to meet great people while doing good! Some organizations do work supporting the LGBT community, which make them ideal for meeting other gays.

Gyms are a great place to meet people, especially if you partake in the various group classes.

If you join the yoga classes at your local gym, chances are that sooner or later you will be notified of upcoming retreats. Yoga retreats aren’t the only retreats around either – use Google to find retreats near you that are of interest to you. Having an immersive weekend experience tends to lead to forming close bonds faster with people.

Big seminars pull a big crowd and you’re bound to meet new people. Seminars are often set up to allow for networking as well, making it easier to interact with people. And hey, if you hate to mingle, maybe attend a seminar on how to network, or one on people skills. That, if anything, will get you networking!

There are some places that are more obvious than others for meeting gay singles, such as organizations targeted to gay people. However, the more you widen your social circle, the greater the chances of being introduced to more gay men, as well as having more fun with friends in general. And remember that you can bump into your next date anywhere, even at Starbucks, so get out of the house and focus on having fun and meeting people, as opposed to obsessing about finding your next date. You will find him, so long as you just get out there and have fun!

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This article was co-authored by Imad Jbara. Imad Jbara is a Dating Coach for NYC Wingwoman LLC, a relationship coaching service based in New York City. ‚NYC Wingwoman‘ offers matchmaking, wingwoman services, 1-on-1 Coaching, and intensive weekend bootcamps. Imad services 100+ clients, men and women, to improve their dating lives through authentic communication skills. He has a BA in Psychology from the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth. There are 25 references cited in this article, which can be found at the bottom of the page. This article has been viewed 20,803 times.

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What are my options for meeting gay men?

These are my current “options” when it comes to meeting gay guys:

•Grindr.: The most obvious one, yet the hardest to get a conversation going. I used to be able to get a couple hookups a month, but now everything is dry and I don’t know why. I can’t even get a text back.

•Gay-Student Alliance: we have one, but it’s 90% girls and 10% hyper-political people. I feel like I’m walking on eggshells whenever I’m talking to them, and I feel like I’ll insult them if I say the wrong thing.

•Dating Apps: this should probably have been lumped in there with Grindr, but I see them differently. I don’t even get any matches on Tinder (not as much as I used to). I’m not sure what happened, but something’s changed between a couple months ago and now. I have the same pictures and bios, but I’m having no luck

•Meet-Up: this app….I’ve tried to look for LGBT events , but all of them are centered around older man. I’m talking 50+. I have yet to find one for 18-30, so it’s a little discouraging when I can’t find guys my age to relate to

•Gay club: I don’t have a car and nor do I have friends to go with. Of course I could go by myself, but I would be uncomfortable not having a familiar face with me. Besides, I’m not even 21, so I can’t drink or do any “adult” things.

•Volunteering: with classes 5 days a week and a job on the weekends, I don’t have the resources to even volunteer on the side.

You guys, being 20 and gay is tough. I know what you’re thinking, “oh, he’s so young. He has his whole life ahead of him,” and you would be right. But I’m living now, and in my current situation I seem to be stuck as a gay man. I’m started going to the gym regularly, I’m eating right, I’m going to social events on campus, I’m asking friends if they know anyone who is gay. I’m doing all the “right” things, and even though I’m not actively looking, I can’t help but wonder why I haven’t met any gay guys. I literally haven’t met a single one in a friendly setting/social setting, and it’s upsetting me.

I’m content on being alone right now with friends, but the thing is, I don’t have anyone to relate to with anything. You can only discuss so many things with your straight friends.

Well it could depend on where you’re living. Because some places have actively less gay guys then others.

Trust me you’re doing the right things. But just know that it will smooth over.

I mean. I live in the most religious state of the U.S. and I have barely started dating an amazing man who really makes our thing work.

But just wait. Nothings wrong it may just be that some people in you’re area are feeling insecure or something after all if you’re in the U.S. and winter is kicking in which is the time for seasonal depression to pop in.

I’m in one of the most populous states in the country. I’m in one of the most populous city in my state and yet I have literally never met another gay guy. If it wasn’t from Grindr, I haven’t met em. It sucks cause it feels like they don’t exist. Just guys who want sex. The “good” ones must be in the vast minority

All of my close friends are heterosexual, that’s annoying. You can’t relate sometimes. I live in a small city, so there’s a lot of little groups of gay friends already settled, it is hard to join one. Usually I meet someone when they’re a friend’s friend, or at clubs, bars, where gay people are known to participate. In college you meet a lot of people too.

My campus queer collective is also entirely girls or political guys. You painted such an accurate picture for me lmao.

Tough luck with the Grindr thing though, I find the longer you’re on it the less conversations you’ll get. Then after a relationship when you get back on there it starts off really busy again. Maybe take a break? Hide your tinder card and try again later. Or some fresh pictures at least.

I feel like most LGBT orgs on campus are like that. Those are the types of spaces where those groups of people congregate.

I was also told my another friend to delete Grindr and take a month break. Idk how I feel about that. I’m going to the gym again, so maybe I’ll have my six pack again by then lol. I feel like gay guys are all around us and none of us know it. Or the opposite. I don’t know which one is worse.

I met my boyfriend on OkCupid and we’re doing great. I fully recommend that over tinder or grindr

I’ve tried that with no luck and I really don’t understand what’s going on

I’m 27, and still struggling to meet gay people. Like you, I’ve done the app thing. I workout regularly and try to eat right (except on bad days haha). You spend more time starting new conversations than actually getting to know someone.

I know you’re only 20, but let me just say this. Clubs and bars might be great for high energy and extroverted individuals, and people that like alcohol. I don’t fit that bill. I like video games, board games, and sports.

Through my struggle, I figured I would just make my own way. At 23 years old, I made a meetup group, which got really big. It turned into a nonprofit organization, which consumed me and burnt me out. I moved to a new city to have peace of mind, but I find myself again struggling to meet others. I wish I didn’t have to sacrifice so much of myself and be a leader to meet other gays and make gay friends.

These days, Tinder and Grindr are around for me. They’re okay. I try to take myself on dates. It’s more enjoyable each time. I joined a volleyball league (everyone is straight though). I go to the gym and try to talk to people. But I still get lonely. I often wonder if this is how I’m destined to be.

I’m more the extroverted type. At least this past semester in school I am. I’m a mix of intro- and extro-verted actually. I feel like clubs and bars would be perfect, but alas I cannot go to them yet and thoroughly enjoy them.

I can’t even get a date on Tinder or Grindr lol. Sometimes I wish I had a clock so that I could fast forward the time just to see where I would be. I know there’s a high chance I will be a doctor, but as for the relationship aspect, I really have no idea where I’ll be with that. I always feel like I’ll be “forever alone,” but every day I’m surprised with something new.

Too bad the meet up app only has groups for older guys

Are you on social media (apart from Reddit)? Public ones like Twitter and Instagram are a great way to develop friendships with people who have similar interests to you. Better if local, of course, but if they aren’t and you get on you can always arrange a trip. I’ve met people via Twitter mostly, but also Instagram, and they aren’t always nearby right away, but people move and travel.

You mean for hooking up with gay men. No options to meet in the traditional sense. Unless you love drama and heteronormative masculinity, then I’d pick any lgbt organisation.

The drama is in the lgbt organization at my school, though. And no not for hooking up with gay men. Just to form friendships with.

I’ve met a lot of gays at edm shows if you’re into any sort of electronic music

Whereabouts do you live? There’s tons of gay meetups for younger dudes around coastal cities.

I’m in my 50’s, and obviously it’s the same on this end, AND it’s been the same throughout my life. Most of my friends have always been straight.

I think you’re looking for a deeper connection with a guy, as some of us are, and the only way to really do that is through conversation and learning about one another. It’s pretty difficult to get some gay men into a conversation–many of us have endless walls we’ve erected over time to protect ourselves.

Also, if you’re younger, a lot of guys you might be interested in are still figuring out who they are. I can’t even list the guys I knew in college who slept around with other guys, then got married a woman later on. If they’re trying to still figure themselves out, they’ll be even more difficult to connect with.

It sounds like you’ve examined yourself to see if you might be doing something wrong–from what you’ve written you’re doing all you can. So I urge you not to fault yourself. The fact is, in spite of people saying „it gets better,“ (and it does) it’s still incredibly difficult to be gay. And you have to be brave every day.

You may have to consider whether moving would be an option. Or maybe landing a part time job where gay people hang out a lot. Or, you may need to do a meetup even though the guys are much older–you could pick up a lot of wisdom from them. Just be sure to set clear boundaries.

So fair play to you, and I hope you get this worked out. And remember: you have to be brave and make brave decisions to have a great gay life.

Thank you for the detailed response. I’m in Florida, in a city of over 350k. I’m not sure where else I could move to haha. I also go to a pretty big uni with over 60k kids. I’m telling you, if I haven’t met a guy on Grindr, I don’t think there are too many other gay guys at my uni. And also, there’s like maybe 40 people from that apps that go to school or something. Doesn’t that number seem too low?

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I am 22, gay and from Melbourne. I went to a moderately-conservative all boys school and I don’t know any gay people. I also don’t have any good friends anymore, just acquaintances. I mean, there’s people who like me and ask me to hang out, but I don’t feel like I belong. I’m trying to find new friends but that’s besides the point.

The main point is: I want to meet some gay people my age to be mates and maybe more.

. Honestly, I don’t find most guys attractive because I have a pretty defined type. And on top of that, I’m pretty masculine and looking for the same. I could be friends with fem guys, but unlikely for a relationship. And the very rare time I match with a guy who is my type, the conversation fizzles out because I suck at small talk.

. I got hundreds of messages but half were creepy 50/60 year olds. The other half just wanted to have casual sex with anything right that second.

a few times with some girls friends, but it was just lots of old ugly men who wanted me as a sex toy.

Thanks. I know everyone’s dealing with their own stuff so cheers for taking the time to help me.

welcome to the forums. Unless you’re one of those really outgoing people that can talk crap to anyone – it can be hard to meet new people. I don’t know much about the gay scene – I only came out in May last year and am still trying to work out exactly who I am and what I want. I’m just ‚out‘ and happy being me. I’ve checked a few of the apps but agree, it seems everyone is just seeking the „here & now“ – it’d just be nice to hang out rather than have other expectations.

If you are into sport – then google Team Melbourne. It is Melbourne’s Home of LGBTIQ+ sport and rec. It lists a number of different clubs available. The clubs do encompass all ages, not just 18-29, but it’s a start.

You can also check out the MEET UP app. This isn’t a dating app, but rather a place to find people with like minded interests etc, and there are quite a few LGBT groups on there – all stating they are friend/social only – but of course, if things work out….

Good luck, hope you find the group you are looking for, its important to have friends that you can trust, who have your back no matter what, and want nothing in return but for you to have theirs too.

What you’re saying is completely wrong. It’s not judgemental to have a type. You know exactly what straight and gay acting means, it’s just not PC to admit it. I’m attracted to men, so why would I be attracted to a guy acting like a girl. It’s preference. In the same way it’s not racist to prefer pizza over sushi.

Without giving away too much, I am also a gay male from Melbourne and I totally understand where you’re coming from. The gay scene and dating apps can be extremely painful at the best of times. I don’t think it’s about where you start looking to find these types of people you’re searching for but maybe finding inner contentment within yourself to allow yourself to meet people that you are not interested in. You mention that some of the gay guys at clubs/bars, were old and ugly. Well that doesn’t mean you can’t befriend them. I have a few much older gay friends who are full of wisdom and I quite enjoy their company. However there is no sexual chemistry whatsoever, the friendship is great and i’m content and happy with that.

I think the more we look for a relationship, or envision what our perfect match should be or our social status should be, the more we set ourselves up for failure. Try not to have expectations of people and become open minded and engaged with people that are friendly. Set boundaries so there is no awkward scenarios. And when you’re least expecting it, someone will likely walk into your life and surprise you. In saying this though, I think every gay man experiences what you are going through, so you’re not alone. Try reading ‚The Velvet Rage‘ Written by Alan Down. – Great book! The other members on here have suggested a few other alternative places to meet people that may be more likeminded, you should look into them and see what they have to offer. But yeah, definitely don’t give up, hang in there. Keep doing you and moving forward. Prince charming is waiting for you somewhere 😉

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I’ve never felt comfortable or like I could be myself which is why I understand you and thousands of other gay men like us don’t like being in „the scene. In my opinion, it’s sooooo much better mmeet. Now let me give you some practical advice on where you can meet quality gay guys outside the club.

The general expectation is that a private folder being shared can be one of two things: proof of identity from someone scared to be out or nudes. Gay apps typically attract guys just looking to hook up. If you belong to one of these associations, video game clubs.

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You are a gay man who has been single far too long. You are good looking and smart, have a great set of friends, and take care of yourself: A “real catch,” you tell your buds. But something deep inside is telling you that the way you have been going about finding a man isn’t working.

As you check yourself in the mirror before getting ready to hit the bars again, you think, “There has got to be a better way than the gay bars! I keep going week after week and no luck. Will it happen tonight? Oh crap, is that a pimple?”

Seriously, being a gay man and trying to find someone to date is a real chore. There are tons of hurdles to overcome that can make it feel like the deck is stacked against us. One major barrier can be figuring out where to meet someone. While bars can be a fun place to hang out with our friends, they are not always conducive to romantic connections. And let’s face it—as time goes on, the inability to meet a quality person can take its toll on our confidence.

After speaking with a number of formerly single gay men who are now happily partnered, I will now reveal seven places to find your next boyfriend that are not a bar.

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What follows are seven suggestions for places for gay men to meet a potential boyfriend that do not include a bar or nightclub.

You’ll find suggestions you’ve heard before, some of that are unconventional, and others that may even be silly. But if you’re trying to break out of the bars, you may want to give them all a chance. I will add that this list is by no means exhaustive—please feel free to add ideas in the comment section at the end of this article.

You have tried everything else–so what else do you have to lose? Okay—let’s look at the list!

1. Dating Apps and Web Sites

You may be thinking that using apps and websites seems silly, but many gay men have met the guy of their dreams by using these types of platforms. Popular ones include OKCupid and Gay.

Others that are not as well known but nonetheless effective include the apps VGL Gay, Mister, and Tinder. Some of these are free while others cost a small amount (or charge a nominal fee for premium services). The great thing about apps and websites is that most all of them nowadays allow the user to input certain search criteria or filter out folks based on user preferences. You can also check Gay Outdoors.

Some report feeling “desperate” using apps and websites for dating purposes. If you are one of those people, you need to rethink this and do so quickly. According to recent research, there are 41 million people in the US who are currently looking to meet that special someone online. This statistic does not speak to the number of single gay men specifically, but we make up a fair amount of that number.

If you have tried dating using apps and sites before with no luck, consider using a different app. Scroll through your smartphone’s options and pick something new. The idea here is to create change. Remember, dating is a numbers game. You have to put yourself out there in order to make it happen.

And here is one final point on this suggestion—while Grindr, Scruff, and other apps are great tools for meeting people, keep in mind that some of these platforms are more sexually charged than others. There is nothing wrong with this but if your goal is to date, using the right app is important.

2. Facebook

Keep reading this, and don’t skim because it is important. Reflexively, some may turn their nose up at the thought of using Facebook to “mine for dates,” but here is the thing you may not know: there are tons of gay people on this social media platform. We are talking millions! There are a number of fan pages and groups on Facebook that are specifically designed for gay men who are single and relationship-ready. Type “gay single dating” into Facebook’s search box and see what comes up–lots! Remember, the people who are putting themselves out there are doing so with the same motivations that you are–to connect with someone for romance.

Did you know you can search Facebook for people on your friends list that are single? You sure can! Just punch in “single friends” or “my single friends” in the search box and see what comes up. You might be surprised. Of course, identification as single on Facebook depends on what the user indicates in their profile. But using this approach does allow you to see potential candidates. If they are an acquaintance, why not consider going out for a coffee? Later on the both of you might figure out that was your „first“ date. Again, what do you have to lose?

3. LGBQ Events and Fundraisers

As a population, we gays are very giving. Plus, many of us like to get all dolled up and go to events, like fundraisers for the different causes we support. Some examples include cancer-related events, HIV/AIDS-related causes, civil rights galas, and the list goes on. And if you are thinking that you won’t go to one of these events if it means having to go alone, please reconsider! Many gay men make the mistake of bringing a +1 to an event because they are embarrassed to be alone. The problem is that your +1 may be sending a glitchy signal to your potential next man that you are “with” someone. Get rid of the wing-man. Why confuse folks?

Several gay men have reported that they met the guy of their dreams by offering to be a “Table Captain” for a given event. In this capacity, you help to fill the table by soliciting people for donations. As captain, you have control over who is seated at your table—which is a huge advantage for you! Plus, you get to network with others who may be single and thereby expand your circle of available men.

Go to the fundraiser with the mindset of supporting the cause you care about, but be open to meeting someone new. Attitude is everything. It was the famous French philosopher Renee Descartes who said, „I think –therefore I am.“ What do you think?

4. Local Community Classes

This particular suggestion has worked well for many gay men who were formerly single. Do you like photography? What about painting, fitness, biking, aviation, cooking, horticulture, and so forth? One of the great things about about taking a class is the built-in advantage of a shared interest! Many classes are free or at little cost. You can find them by doing a Google search using your hometown or county in the search terms and seeing what pops up. Throw in the word “gay” as part of your search and refine your choices even more.

Chose a community class you are genuinely interested in and not just one where you think all of the hot men will be. We gays come in variety of shapes, ages, and sizes and we aren’t as cookie-cutter as many of the stereotypes people sometimes believe. Remember, it is only a shared interest if it is genuine.

5. Volunteer

This particular suggestion is a twofer when you think about it. First, you get the benefit of giving the gift of yourself to a cause you care about. Second, you will undoubtedly meet new people. More than a few happily partnered gay men have reported that they met their man through this approach. And so if you care about the environment for example, why not contact your local Greenpeace? If your passion is supporting your local LGBT community center, why not call them to see how they can use your gifts?

Some people worry about the time commitment required to volunteer for an organization. This is a very valid concern. It helps if you are up front about what you can and cannot do when you speak to the volunteer coordinator. Even if you can only be a greeter for an annual event or work the coat check, for example, it is something. And hey, a little bit of something is better than a whole lot of nothing.

6. Professional Organizations

Yep, you read that right! A professional organization to which you may already belong likely has a chapter dedicated for LGBT members.

The point here is that whatever you do for employment, there is likely a professional organization with a gay-focused subdivision. Almost all of them hold events, including socials, mixers, and fundraisers. If you belong to one of these associations, great—your work is half done. If not, why not look for one that fits your particular background?

Use your professional organization’s LGBT subchapter as a way of networking and expanding your circle of available, single gay men. It is completely okay to let people know you are “on the market,” so to speak. As mentioned earlier, dating is a numbers game. But if you don’t play it, you can’t win. It’s all about attitude and knowing what you want, right?

7. Local Gay-Friendly Church or Spiritual Center

Some may recoil at this suggestion, but guess what? Many partnered men have reported meeting their husband at their local gay-friendly church or spiritual center. There are a lot of gay men who are deeply spiritual—and not just the bat-crap, self-loathing types that we often hear about, either.

If you have a local place of worship or other community-based venue for spirituality and you identify with what is offered, why not give it a try? More and more, religious organizations are recognizing that LGBT folks have spiritual needs. You might be surprised at what you find when you do a quick Google search on “gay + spiritual” in your area.

If you are one of those people who are not sure what you believe in, consider taking the Belief-o-Matic self-assessment. It’s free and you will likely learn something about yourself that perhaps you did not know before. Did you know there are gay communities of Agnostics, Quakers, Pagans, Humanists, and so forth? There sure are! And there are gay atheists who congregate, as well. Take the self-assessment to see where you fit in.

Obviously, going to a local gay-friendly church or spiritual center should be about your spiritual nourishment and well-being. Think about this first before you decide which venue for spirituality is best for you. However, this does not mean you can’t also meet new people, enjoy deeply meaningful connections, and perhaps bump into your new boyfriend!

Final Thoughts

The dream that one day, you will meet the guy of your dreams is a wonderful thing to dream about. But fantasizing and doing something to make it happen are two different things.

If you want to meet your next boyfriend, then you will have to take control of the process. The Promethean spark of love only happens if there are two available people who happen to be at the right place at the right time.

Gay bars are great but let’s be real–you are over them and have been for a long time! That’s why you read this article, isn’t it? Why not try something new? Tomorrow could be a great day!

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Thanks CBJ. It seems that the search for love knows no boundaries. I live in a small, conservative town, and no gay bars or clubs. So, I don’t have to try to avoid them. I do enjoy visiting gay clubs when I travel to larger cities, and have met some nice people and remain friends with a couple I met in a club in Atlanta several years ago. I’m a 60 year old man, searching for a partner. As I have aged, I’ve come to understand that the man I hope to meet is not a supermodel but is emotionally available, mature and kind. And, I remain optimistic that I’ll meet him. In the meantime, I try to stay healthy, active and social. My friends and my family mean so much to my happiness, and I plan to invite my partner to that group.

Many probably won’t want to hear this, but this sagely advice is still true: You can’t love someone until you can love yourself. A problem in the gay community is we often have high expectations with little room for flexibility. Curbing idealizations is key to finding sustainable partnerships.

There’s no doubt the conventionally hot, bearded, chiseled man is yummy, but these men represent a small subset of the gay community; prioritizing the Adonis (who has his own problems and insecurities, too, mind you) won’t get you into a loving relationship. The proclivity of gay men to value physical attractiveness over emotional intelligence and communication is short-sighted. Good looks WILL fade; the foundations you’ve built with someone who’s been with you through your deepest lows is what makes a relationship.

My advice is to work on yourself. Always work on yourself. Know what makes you happy and build relationships and communities based on those factors. A few of my key „rules“:

2. Be vulnerable; honesty is not synonymous with weakness.

4. Be kind and forgive yourself and those who have hurt you often.

Looking for love is hard—online and off. If you’re older and looking for someone younger, know it’s probably not going to be easy for you. If you’re a person of color who only wants to date white men, deal with your internalized racism (I’m Asian and trust me, loving other men of color is incredibly empowering). If the beginning of your dating profile reads: „Looking for [insert sex position], attractive, fit, etc…“ you’re looking for sex, not love, so be real about that because longterm relationships are not built on who tops and who bottoms.

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Firstly, I want to know how many people actually sign up at community colleges to „meet“ people. Not to COST MONEY!!! Should I mention how many millennials are in debt for college loans. Who the f*** has time or the money to take an arbitrary course hoping to meet „the one“.. yea, needless to say I don’t need to „try“ this scenario to know how unlikely it is.

Next….Volunteer? Have you been to the rural south? Sure I can volunteer at Walmart. Or volunteer at a local though I already work there. But these are hardly two places I’d imagine meeting a compatible match. I’ve seen these advice tips given all over the internet and I’m convinced thise that are giving them live in either New York, LA or some other multimillion populous. For guys like me, stuck in the really are only two options. ;t get me started. Or driving an hour to a gay bar since there aren’t even any of those around. And these alliance groups? Seriously? I’ve searched everywhere for a local chapter of any of these organizations and not 1 to be found anywhere near where I live. And I sure your next suggestion will be to relocate, and while that may be the best ;s still frustratingly inconvenient and to mention the risk and time wasted if it all goes to shit. Why is it that only gay men that live in places like NY or LA seem to have such wonderful lives? Are the rest of us just suppose to deal with it or join you? All in ;s a shit deal, high risk with very low reward, constant solitude and perpetual stereotypes….I’d rather have Cancer quite personally.

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Well, this is a helpful article … I’m still single and I really can’t tell if these venues for meeting guys really work … but I do hope I find the right one.

Think more of the problem is gay culture itself. Finding men that are men that know what they want out of life takes time. Shallow is the thing that runs rampant in the culture and it just gets old. Main thing, you have to be true to yourself and what you seek and stay away from all the unnecessary drama and bull. In bigger cities, these are options, where I live, things to do or clubs to join are pretty much non-existent. Just have to remain positive and realize you don’t need someone in your life to be happy…although it is nice to have someone to share things with.

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I’d like clarify something in regard what dating websites generally dont and is because places like OLCupid, albeit free and with many men options, by being free anybody can use it, couples looking for a third for fun or love, bored men browsing and looking to find, simply guys looking for and because of there’s a lack of „quality men“ we found ourselves going on dates that don’t workout (if they don’t flake on you the very day of the date…)

For those of you who are SERIOUS and commited to find a partner, you need to chose more discretionary websites that usually comes with membership costs (they vary based on different factors but all aimed to pair you with the right candidates). No one who pays money (even top money) for dating online services unless seriously invested and a great gatekeeper for bored couples or gossipy flakey men.

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Perhaps I’m single because of my personality. I’ve been told that I am peculiar and quirky. I wish I were somewhat average sometimes. Deep down there I am still that shy and lonely guy who dreams about a little home for me and a man to protect me and love me. Nonetheless, I try to remain strong and confident. Well, that’s life. Life is a mess. Life is a bitch, but this doesn’t mean you have to be one. I’m not.

Hi..I think the problem is all this social media hype and a radical overuse of technology. Most people dont really want to be labelled or have to fit into defined groups in order to meet other people. My advice and i have never been alone for more than two or three months in all my 65 years is go out, or as my mother used to say, join clubs. Nothing changes only that the powers that me want to control us better for their own nefarious purposes.

Im looking for someone i could share the hardship and joy of life. Someone with whom i could take pride in each of our victories and put my backs and tears behind each of our struggles. Someone who would see the virtue of a knight instead of madman. Someone with whom i could strive for greatness. The one who would forgive my trespasses for i too am still learning to love. Someone who does not give up on words and promises but are willing to go through pain and wrong while building something and perhaps the only thing that really matters. Is out there another madman another man of chivalry? Or have all days of glory passed in favor of cheap hedonism?

David from 4 months ago…14 years is a long time. I’ve been in a relationship for 30 ;s also a long time. I’m not sure monogamy is the answer either. I think we need variety. There is no easy answer, unless you meet your soul mate.

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Full Review: MenNation is one of those gay hookup sites that has been around since the 90’s, so they’ve got their ish together. They’re hugely popular and are great for gay singles and couples (seeking a 3rd) alike! MenNation boasts over 93 Million users, meaning you’ll never run out of bisexual or gay men to chat + hookup with. Getting started and signed up is also so easy. To sign up, simply provide detail of whether you’re solo/couple, your DOB, location, username and password. From there, you’re good to go! You’re ready to start chatting to bisexual/gay men, whether they’re around the corner or on the other side of the world! Standard membership with MenNation is free for all users, however signing up for a paid membership offers users benefits and perks that a standard membership doesn’t. Should you wish to watch full length videos and view full-frame photos, then a paid membership account would be required.

Ashley Madison

Full Review: Being real here, lots of closeted gay men (who are married to women) use sites like Ashley Madison. Ashley Madison may be known for their hetero based product, but the stuff for gays is just as good. As with everything Ashley Madison, it’s about hooking up. Nothing more, nothing less. The user interface is clean and the signup process is a breeze. You’ll be in touch with hot gay singles in your area within 15-20 minutes. That’s not so bad, right? You may be surprised by the number of gay guys who use Ashley Madison for an easy hookup. We definitely were. And guess what – the selection of potential gay hookups is incredible. Jocks, otters, wolves, bears. They’re all here for you to meet! Browse for free or pay for the (worth it) membership.

Gay FriendFinder

Full Review: You won’t find many more gay dating sites that hit the nail on the head with its title as Gay FriendFinder does. This hookup site is geared more towards starting with platonic/flirty messaging and slowly moving to the meet, hookup, or fuck stage. If you like to take things slower, this is one of the best gay hookup sites for you. The site is really simple, easy to use, and matched people quickly. As with most gay dating sites, a certain level of personal information is required to build your profile, but once you’re ready to go, the ball is in your court in terms of how you go about making the most of your time. They also have very responsive customer service.

Grindr

Full Review: Often regarded as the gay version of Tinder, Grindr is arguably the most popular gay dating and hookup apps. It’s easy to set up a profile and easy to use. Whether you want to filter your potential match by age, location, body type, distance or even sexual desires, it’s all possible with Grindr. The speed in which you can get talking to a stranger and start swapping naughty messages/pictures is astounding, such is the modern way of dating in the 21st century. For a more in-depth experience, you can choose to subscribe to a premium Grindr membership. Grindr XTRA is the premium app subscription, which gives users access to up to 600 profiles on the main dashboard with no annoying banner ads or interstitial ads to disrupt your viewing pleasure (paid for on a 1x/month basis). Whether you’re looking for gay singles to hookup with, a dating experience, or some fun sexting, it’s all here for you at Grindr.

Scruff

Full Review: Are you a fan of the rugged gay man? Then Scruff is the perfect place for you to interact with tons of burly men. It’s one of the newer to the gay dating sites, but gets tons of rave reviews. They are purely mobile, and the app is very modern/easy to use. They boast 15 million users worldwide. The potential to have fun with just a handful of those local gay singles is enough to get your mouth wet! Like most hookup apps, the opportunity to upgrade your standard membership is always there, and Scruff is no different. Their standard membership allows you to browse and chat, but with a subscribed paid membership, you can open the door to so much more. Unlimited messaging, browsing in stealth mode and advanced filtering are just some of the benefits to signing up to a Scruff Pro membership. Because those features make it more likely for users to actually meet and hookup, we say it’s totally worth it.

Adam4Adam

Full Review: Adam4Adam is really similar to Grindr and beloved by users. Its search features go a bit deeper than Grindr and other gay dating apps, making sure you find the man of your dreams. Lots of guys are down to meet and hookup on Adam4Adam, but some are into dating as well. The app can be testy occasionally, but works very well for the most part. As one of the biggest gay dating sites, there are always tons of nearby cuties online for you to chat with. What’s wonderful to see is that the team behind Adam4Adam are always looking for ways on how to maintain a close relationship with their members, including a handy section on dating safety. This may seem like a standard feature on dating websites but the level of detail they go into certain topics and scenarios shows that they care. Side note – there’s an Adam4Adam gay porn site.

Gay Cupid

Full Review: There is a sense of class and panache when it comes to browsing the thousands of active members ready to talk on this gay dating website, so you’re guaranteed to have some fun. It seems the level of interaction that is available for you to take advantage of is unlimited, with in-depth personal connections on offer. The success stories that you can read is a testament as to how successful using Gay Cupid could be for you in comparison to other hookup and dating websites! They offer a generous 3-month trial (which is huge in the world of gay dating apps and hookup sites), so it’s worth checking out. To gain access to this free trial, all you must do is sign yourself up to a profile and add a photo of yourself – that’s it! Alternatively, you can link your Gay Cupid account to your Facebook and sign up that way.

Blued

Full Review: Blued is a gay dating site for those who likes a twist on the more traditional hookup methods. It’s unlike other gay hookup sites, and here’s why: Rather than stick to the conventional format of what we perceive a gay-dating app to be like, they have integrated some very interesting features indeed. Arguably their most popular feature among the user base is the ‘Go Live’ system that members can use to stream their day-to-day activities and chat with members on-the-go. Blued’s app is also so easy to navigate and gets great reviews. Lots of gay guys on Blued are interested in meeting for sex.

Gaydar

Full Review: How good is your ‘gaydar’? Can you spot a hunk from a mile away or does it take a bit of investigating, first? Regardless of how you operate, you won’t need to try very hard to stumble upon the finest selection of gay in men in your area with the use of the hookup site Gaydar. Their gay dating app is revolutionary in the field of online dating, raising the bar to a level that might be very hard to compete with. Their sign-up process could not be simpler. You can either provide some basic information or sign in using your Facebook account. Their premium membership, which gives singles exclusive benefits including more advanced search filters and unlimited views on profiles, starts from just $3.93/month. This is remarkably cheap considering what you’re getting in return, so it’s certainly an avenue to consider when going about your naughty business!