Gay Singles by Location

If you were out in the wilds of New York and you found yourself on a deserted block of Manhattan, would you expect to see a real live gay person? Of course not! It’s just a gay couple next to you, and there might be other people sitting on a nearby stoop, but who cares about that? Those couples aren’t gay, and there’s nothing wrong with their romantic relationships. This kind of false dichotomy can make you think that dating is only for gay people, but you’d be wrong.

It’s just that in the U.S., homosexuality isn’t much of a talking point, especially when it comes to dating. There are no gay-specific resources, from the website GayDating.com to GaySmart.com to the countless smartphone dating apps available, to identify that special someone. Although there are no gay hookup apps to date, there are plenty of non-traditional hookup apps such as Grindr, Scruff and Badoo, but again, gay people aren’t very likely to use those because the topic isn’t really in the forefront of people’s minds.

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If you live in the states, the prevailing stereotype is that gay people don’t want to date at all. Why? Because of who they are and what they represent: sexual immorality. But, as with any group of people, the tide is slowly changing. You will encounter more and more online dating sites, apps and even apps specifically targeting gay men. If you’re out and young, you’re bound to meet gay people. The best thing you can do to ensure you meet a gay person who’s right for you is to show up in person.

Gay Singles by Household Income

In the United States, most gay people live with a straight partner. You’ve probably heard the expression that a gay male is more of a stud than a stud. Now, while this is more prevalent in some regions of the U.S., that’s not true everywhere. If you live in New York City or San Francisco, it’s probably true. The LGBT demographic has no income or wealth inequality. Many gay people who live in the U.S. are wealthy. But not all of them are.

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Are you self-employed or work a 9-to-5 job? Do you work in finance, a field notorious for it’s high concentration of gay men? If so, it’s likely that there are plenty of gay men in your area. What’s more, it’s possible to find gay people who are students or people in the early years of their careers. Not every gay person who lives in your area is out of college, but chances are, there are lots of younger gay men in your area who have an opportunity to become something more in life.

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You may not believe this, but the majority of gay people actually do live in a heterosexual household. It doesn’t mean that they are closeted, but it’s more likely that they live with a family member or someone else. If you meet a gay person and they live with their significant other, you should treat them as if they are straight.

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When you’re looking for a mate, you should ideally get to know at least two or three different groups of people. People come in all different shapes, sizes and colors. Gay people of different ethnicities are not an exception. In the U.S., there’s no income inequality among different ethnic groups. In fact, the majority of black people are upwardly mobile. What’s more, people of all races are highly educated. The fact that these groups are different means that you can’t ignore meeting a gay person who has different backgrounds and experiences than you. You want to meet someone who is similar to you in every way, which may be impossible to find with just one person.

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