As you can see by the following short profiles, these sites targeting a demographic with two traits in common (gay men) are all very different.Just as there’s a wide diversity of gay men in the world, there may well be ample room for a variety of gay male social networking sites – presuming they are able to build sufficient critical mass for monetization and financial viability.Some 22% of social media users have unfriended or blocked an ex; another 17% have untagged themselves from photos taken with an old flame.Younger adults are particularly likely to say they’ve had both of these negative experiences.
An additional 18% have friended or followed someone from a friend’s recommendation. Over a quarter (27%) of social media users have unfriended or blocked someone who was flirting with them in a way that made them feel uncomfortable. Men in this group are somewhat more likely than women to have done this (19% vs. Some 17% of social media users have posted pictures or other details of a date on social networking sites.Women my age either left the club early or were already coupled up. I joined many lesbian dating sites and noticed that they all seemed the same.Members were either posting lewd profile photos or soliciting other women to join them and their boyfriend or husband for a sexual encounter, and many of the women of color had not been active on the site for months.I won’t pretend to speak for gay men and I’m sure there are some sites I’m missing, but these appear to be the most talked about gay male social networking sites online. Maybe they’ll be a look inside a niche market for some of our readers and maybe they’ll be links of love for others.I tried to note the ones where the guys were particularly hot.