There may be more options available now, but I still find it to be my go-to dating method.My preference for the online dating pool may be because my social circles don’t bring me into contact with an abundance of single gay men, or because it’s interesting to meet people who are outside my everyday experience. The debut of website that promotes mindful dating—is exciting.In addition, I have advised people for most of my life as an actor's/model's agent, a teacher, and, more recently, as a counselor for individuals who have recently tested HIV-positive.I think that I am in a perfect position to provide this kind of badly needed advice to the gay community. And, if safe sex really is safe, do I have to tell them at all?If you agree, feel free to contact me (see contact info at the end of this article). I came out when I was 18 and since then I've enjoyed a healthy, active dating life. Three months ago, however, I tested HIV-positive and since then feel like I have to come out all over again. And mostly I'm afraid (although I know it sounds crazy) that no one's ever going to love me again.
But what about those who aren't into mylar and look kind of silly in a dress?Here’s some super quick yet effective main profile photo tips guys; NO bathroom selfies, get rid of your clutter, lose the shades, NEVER use a group shot, keep your shirt on and don’t forget to SMILE!!!Some of the worst things a woman can read on your profile is the following. Right besides a gay bar, and how will I tell the difference between Mr. Most gay advice columns are campy and outrageous, written by cross-dressing vamps who focus on the fag-tag circuit boys. As a 34-year-old, HIV-positive gay man, I have asked these and many other questions throughout my dating life, yet there is no public forum in which to air them.