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At least take a look around.

Whether you’re looking for a friend, a fling or a life-long companion, here are a few tips:

  • Be skeptical–but don’t be so  skeptical that it keeps you from taking that next step.  An online gay dating relationship can be fun, but it won’t take the place of a bit of personal contact! 
  • Move the relationship forward but be sensitive to the pace your Internet buddy wants–unless he wants to keep it only online for months, years,  decades…. 
  • Most people recommend a phone conversation prior to an in-person meeting.  I suggest that you both agree to keep this short.  Phone conversations can be awkward and feel like an audition.  Use the phone at this point mostly to set up the details of the first real life (RL) meeting. 
  • Meet for coffee (not a drink) for an agreed upon period of time.  Make sure you have a later commitment (work, volunteer service, something), so that there will be no question that you are leaving because you have to, not because you want to. 
  • Decide in advance, while you’re still in the online phase, what the groundrules are for the next contact after that first RL meeting.  Maybe you’ll decide to meet for an online chat or to send each other honest emails. 
  • For your next meeting, choose a public place–a bar, a theatre with dessert at a restaurant following, a fountain for a stroll through the park.  This time, leave the time open-ended. 
  • Do whatever it is you both feel comfortable doing and have fun! 



 




 

 

 

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