In the knowledge that Cupid can sometimes have quite a poor aim, they've decided to help him along by creating their own site where gay guys can look for sex, dating, friendship, relationships and much more.
It has a lot of useful and interesting features to help you find what you're looking for and is quite a stylish...
Basically, any men that have registered with Adult Friend Finder, who have expressed an interest in meeting other men (and there are millions) will also appear on Men Nation.com, along with all the guys who have joined Men ..
is a gay dating site for males, females and transsexuals and boasts over three million member profiles.
As such, has a broad appeal to those looking for dating, friendship or a more committed romantic relationship rather than simply hooking up for sex, even though this is possible here. In addition to hooking up with other guys for fun, friendship or a serious relationship, you can also browse jobs, trades and business opportunities, find accommodation and search for travel companions.
If you're after the latter, you might want to join another site such as Out or Manhunt.net, amongst others. The site is administered by and has a global reach, which means that you can contact literally thousands of members all over the world. With well over a million members and counting, Out is one of the biggest gay dating sites on the web.
Whether you're gay, bi-sexual, transsexual or just curious, Out features loads of guys eager to meet you.
It's a great place for social networking with a variety of ways of getting in touch with likeminded others.
They also seem to have thought very carefully about features, such that it's simple...
Gay is a labor of love for its Amsterdam-based founders.
Swiping could leave you with the love of your life, or crippled confidence.
A new survey from the University of North Texas found that singles who used Tinder are more likely to have lower self-esteem and feel unhappy about their looks than people who don’t use dating apps.
“Tinder users reported having lower levels of satisfaction with their faces and bodies and having lower levels of self-worth than the men and women who did not use Tinder,” said Jessica Strübel, Ph D, who presented the research at the annual convention of the American Psychological Association.