Gay dating red flags

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Gayquation is the industry leader in Gay Matchmaking.We provide thousands of introductions across the world to high quality and professional single men. Know the potential risks, Know His Sexual History, Stay safe when going out.This may seem like overkill, but your safety is well worth a few seconds of time and effort. If you're drinking alcohol (know your limits and don’t feel pressured to drink), keep your beverage within your site at all times so it can't be tampered with. Pay attention to body language or mood changes, if something feels off or they don’t respect your comfort zone, at any time do not hesitate to end the date early. Always have a backup plan in case things do not go the way you expected. Check into your own room and avoid staying in the other person's home. Use a taxi or rental car to get to and from the airport. Even if the person you're meeting volunteers to pick you up from the airport, do not get into a personal vehicle with someone you've never met (or have misgivings about). It is best not to go back to your date's home or bring them back to yours on the first date, unless it is consensual between both parties. Stay sober and avoid drinking alcohol or taking anything that will inhibit your common sense or impair your judgment when you are on a date with someone you don't know very well. For example, tell a friend to call you half an hour into your date and check up on you, but make sure to be discreet when answering. Be smart when communicating or sharing your personal information.Taking the steps to protect yourself while participating in the Gayquation GLBT community will help create a more positive experience for you and contribute to a better online environment for everyone.If you see any warning signs or just have a bad feeling about the situation, end the conversation.

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The key is to actually put in the time and do the research if you want to have an enjoyable dating experience.It is a good idea to meet in a public and well-populated place with many people around. Take your phone with you in case of an emergency, most smart phones have location technology included which possibly may help to locate you or provide guidance. Tell someone who you are meeting, where you are going and when you will return. While on your date text a good friend and let them know your current location and how the date is going, if you change locations at any time during the date send a new text to your friend with the new location. You don't want to risk having personal information stolen. The person you're meeting should respect your privacy until you know each other. Being involved and dating safely will make your Gayquation experience fun and safe. We ask you to take a few minutes to read these tips and require that you follow them.We make no representations or warranties as to the accuracy, completeness or efficacy of any of such Safety Points, and you agree that you are solely responsible for your interactions with other members.

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