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This might not be the case anymore or even for everyone but as of five to six years ago, the pickins were slim. It’s mostly used as a hookup app and is, at times, truly as disgusting as you might have heard.
You create your profile with a single photo, name, sexual position, HIV status, and body statistics.
You can then go and try out the model before you commit to it or take it home to show your friends and family.
You also have to be careful to not get yourself into a shady situation that could end up with you dying.
Best of all, you don’t even have to make the first step in person.
The app gives you time to formulate your first responses and portray yourself in a way that you can’t necessarily do in person, especially if you’re a shy person like I am.
From what I’ve learned from straight friends, Tinder for them and Tinder for gay people are two completely different worlds.
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You can look at all of your options with several different features online.
There also wasn’t a big pool of gay men at your school, in your town, or even within a drivable distance.
From my experience, being gay meant that you would be quite lonely and relatively inexperienced.