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The Internet is generally where you turn for dating advice, and it’s overflowing with it. However, how do you know where to get the best advice, particularly for gay dating?
That dilemma is precisely why we collected these 12 blogs. Whether it’s their life experience, coaching talents or words of wisdom that got them here, these guys all know what they’re talking about when it comes to gay dating. You can’t go wrong with their advice.
Bragging Rights: has a doctorate in human sexuality
Brian Rzepczynski has more than 22 years experience helping LGBT individuals find the relationships they’ve been seeking. His blog, Gay Relationship Bliss, serves as a venue for dating and sexual strategies and knowledge. All posts are sorted into clear categories, so you can easily find the answer to any question you might have.
Social Clout: 221+ Twitter followers
Twitter Handle: @thegaylovecoach
Bragging Rights: the fastest growing network for gay men
Whether you’re looking to find a one night stand or the love of your life, look no further than the GuySpy blog. They’ll teach you all the essentials, from how to take the perfect dick pic to how to bring up the topic of the threesome. Advice, tips and updates keep you at the top of your game. What better way to take home the prize?
Social Clout: 95,650+ Facebook likes; 6,965+ Twitter followers
Twitter Handle: @guyspyapp
Bragging Rights: the largest online gay community
Not only will you get to see the hottest men, but you’ll also get to browse the hottest updates on Gay.com. They post relevant news and the top stories for the LGBTQ community. From various studies to interviews with famous folks to first looks at what’s going on in the gay community, they’ll keep you updated on all gay goings-on.
Social Clout: 52,850+ Twitter followers; 400+ Facebook likes
Twitter Handle: @gaycom
Bragging Rights: more than 1,000,000 members
The Daddyhunt blog covers everything related to being a daddy, bear and/or gay. They’ll show you how to correctly tie a tie, discuss the pros and cons of open relations, share their #MCM and so much more. Relatable and relevant, this blog will keep your senses both informed and indulged (all the hot men push the facts home.)
Social Clout: 8,835+ Facebook likes; 2,930+ Twitter followers
Twitter Handle: @Daddyhunt
Bragging Rights: made by and for the LGBT community
As the CEO and co-founder of OneGoodLove, Frank Mastronuzzi keeps the blog filled with pictures, videos and news now only about what’s going on in his life, but also in the gay community. As a Tumblr platform, it’s super simple to go through and like the posts you want to hold on to, as well as reblog the ones you want to share.
Social Clout: 6,430+ Facebook likes; 1,725+ Twitter followers
Twitter Handle: @onegoodlove
Bragging Rights: blogs for Huffington Post U.K.
Now in a relationship, The Guyliner uses his blog to talk about the crazy things that happened while he was single – particularly, the dates he went on. He lined up the guys, went out with them and continues to write about the shenanigans based off of notes he took at the end of the night. This is real life, with real good advice.
Social Clout: 4,360+ Twitter followers
Twitter Handle: @theguyliner
Bragging Rights: a Dating TV channel with short videos and interviews
With his partner Rob Hardy, Jonathan Welford does what he can to help gay individuals find and keep their perfect partners. No matter what you’re looking for – advice, current events, answers or anything else – if it pertains to gay dating, they’ve got it on their site. Real and reliable, they’re looking out for you.
Social Clout: 8,015+ Facebook likes; 4,435+ Twitter followers
Twitter Handle: @GayAgonyUncle
Bragging Rights: a working comic, showbiz writer and songwriter
Michael Martin writes about his life as a gay man, his thoughts on major topics and pies. Well, mostly he takes pictures of pies. Martin also answers questions and gives advice to those who ask for it. Whether you love his poems or words of wisdom (or both), you’ll feel right at home as you indulge in a bite of PIEFOLK.
Social Clout: 1,505+ Twitter followers; 790+ Facebook likes
Twitter Handle: @Piefolk
Bragging Rights: “Mr. Fix It”
J. Cameron Gantt is both a gay dating coach and matchmaker. He works as your own personal wingman, cheering you on toward a successful relationship. He also posts tips, news and advice in his blog, ranging from “Are Gay People Less Happy Than Heterosexuals?” to “Should I Use Mobile Dating Apps?” He consistently works to help the gay community.
Social Clout: 1,185+ Twitter followers; 320+ Facebook likes
Twitter Handle: @instigaytor
Bragging Rights: co-hosted “The Sex Inspectors”
After struggling to approach guys, Michael Alvear (aka Woody Miller) decided he needed to fix things. He interviewed, observed and researched until he became an expert. Now he uses his blog and ebooks to teach you how to meet and attract guys who turn you on. His tips and advice will have you winning over men left and right.
Social Clout: 665+ Twitter followers
Twitter Handle: @MikeAlvear
Bragging Rights: lives a “normal” life while being HIV positive
A lot of people talk about dating in New York, but S. Anthony keeps us enthralled with his tales of his life as a single gay man with HIV. He writes about his trials and tribulations to not only spark dialogue, but also help with the stigmas against HIV. His humor and positivity will keep you coming back for every new entry.
Social Clout: 435+ Twitter followers; 80+ Facebook likes
Twitter Handle: @PositivelyDatin
Bragging Rights: for gay men over 40
He may not have all the answers, but after years of study and research, Paul Angelo has A LOT of them. That’s more than you currently have, which is why he maintains his blog with gay dating tips. It’s brimming with videos and articles that cross the spectrum of dating, from body image issues to saying no to a nice guy.
Social Clout: 345+ Facebook likes
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