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Is there anything worse than trying to meet a woman you want to date out at a crowded bar? Once you fight your way over to the bartender to order yourself some liquid courage, there's the whole process of scoping out someone you're interested in, feeling out whether or not she's single, approaching her with an opening line that's decent enough to get her attention and keeping the conversation going Not exactly the best setting for getting to know someone, let alone landing yourself a girlfriend.

Aren't there better places to meet a woman nowadays? Of course, you could always try your luck with dating apps. But even though you're able to swipe left and right into abandon without having to put on pants, you're still pitting yourself against the thousand or so other single dudes in your area who are all on here with that same end goal: Once you do get matched with someone who responds to your messages, and by some miracle manage to find a day, time and place that works for both of you, there's still the chance the two of you won't end up hitting it off.

Not the greatest ROI when it comes to your time. Also, you'll just find yourself back at that crowded bar you were on here to avoid in the first place. But if you're over online dating and striking out at the bar, and you're not looking for a one-night stand, where else can you hope to meet your next potential partner? Are there better ways to meet girls? We asked a few real men who bypassed the bar scene to tell us how they met their current partners -- and they had a few creative suggestions to share.

Here are a few ways to meet women without having to waste time and money at your local watering hole. Even if you're not an all-star sports player, relationship expert Kayla Kalinski says playing on a neighborhood sports league can help expand your social circle and in turn, open you up to the possibility of meeting someone special.

What Real Men Say: Kelly my current girlfriend and her roommate had just moved to Hoboken and joined Zog soccer as free agents and got put onto the team in my place. My friends on the team called me one day because they were short a player and asked if I could play that day to fill in. They introduced me Kelly, whom I immediately started crushing on. I told them to let me know if they ever needed a player again -- and then I started going back anytime they needed someone so I could see her.

The season ended, so I decided to play the next season with them and developed some chemistry with her. We got together, and the rest is history. Not only does volunteering for a charity event, community theater or fundraiser put you in an environment with like-minded people, but it also affords you time to spend alongside them to get to know them -- which is how Francis, 30 met his wife.

At the time, she had a boyfriend and I had a girlfriend, so while I thought she was cute, there was never any weird flirty tension. We shared one four-hour shift a week for about two years. Without really intending to, we became good friends because of the experiences we shared assisting clients and talking about our lives outside the hotline in between calls.

Around the time she left the hotline, we both coincidentally went through breakups. We went from commiserating about our hotline work to commiserating about being single. Then one night she came over, we hooked up, and about a year and a half later we were married. I think what worked about meeting that way was that things developed really organically, because neither of us were there to meet people.

We bonded over the work we were doing and the stuff we discovered we had in common over the years. Granted, this one's going to take you out of your comfort zone, but how else do you expect to meet new people? At least at a dance class, as matchmaker Susan Trombetti points out, the odds would be in your favor. You will definitely be in the minority. And unlike a lot of dating locales, dance classes are also friendly places for older men looking to date again. As one of the only men in the class, I had my pick of partners which was nice, and made a lot of friends during my time there.

Around my fifth or sixth class we all planned on meeting up at a salsa club after class to try out what we had learned, and I saw my current girlfriend Ramona there with her group of friends -- one of which knew one of the class members I was out with. She introduced us, and we danced together until 2 a. We've been together ever since. We've all had this one happen to us in some capacity -- whether it's a coworker's housewarming party or your neighbor down the hall insisting you swing by for a get together they're having, going to a party where you know only the host can feel pretty awkward.

But even if you do go and don't meet any single women that night, there's a chance you may meet someone there who can set you up with your future girlfriend or long-term relationship -- as was the case for Alex, I was the only one on the team without a solid excuse for not showing up and plus, my coworker lives in the same neighborhood as I do so I figured I'd swing by.

I ended up having a great time chatting with my coworker's sister and her husband -- to the point that her sister insisted that she let me set her up with her college friend who was moving here and didn't know anyone. I'm usually skeptical about people setting me up -- but she showed me a picture of her and I thought she was super pretty, so I agreed. I got her phone number then took her out a week or two after she moved to New York and we hit it off.

She and I both always say how lucky we are that I went to that party. When striking up a conversation with a potential partner, finding common ground is half the battle.

David, 40, had an edge on the conversation when he met his current girlfriend at a book signing. I said, 'So are you a big Karen Russell fan? She got her book signed, then I got mine signed. Afterward I turned around, and she was standing there waiting for me. It turned out we were both going to Grand Central, so we walked there together.

We had very immediate, very obvious chemistry. We got to the corner where we needed to split up, and Stephanie said, 'I want to keep talking to you though. I had given her my business card, and she emailed me the next day. We've been together for almost five years.

That being said, if you're a busy guy, you should know that the fastest and simplest way to meet women is going online. Regardless of how old you are or what kind of women you're into, online dating sites are typically a surer and smarter way of approaching women than randomly saying hi to strangers in public, which is more likely to get you labeled a creep by women who are going about their days and not looking to be hit on. With that in mind, here are the top online dating sites AskMen recommends: You may not recognize the name, but Zoosk is AskMen's top-ranked online dating site.

It boasts a sizable user base and a site and app that's easy to use, as well as a serious collection of state-of-the-art features, Zoosk is hard to beat when it comes to finding love. Yes, Match has been around for a long time -- since , in fact. However, it's hardly some dusty relic of online dating. The site offers users a premium experience when it comes to both features and members, making it a great option for anyone who's looking for the cream of the dating crop.

If you're looking for sex rather than a relationship, you might want to choose FriendFinder-X over Zoosk or Match. FF-X is a hookup site that focuses on your desires in the bedroom rather than everything else. In terms of features, you can message other users, sure, -- but you can also live-broadcast, for instance, while the "What's Hot" section highlights the top-rated pictures, profiles and videos on the site.

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Someone who does not give up on words and promises but are willing to go through pain and wrong while building something and perhaps the only thing that really matters.

Is out there another madman another man of chivalry? Or have all days of glory passed in favor of cheap hedonism? I like bars, gay or straight. I've met three of my lovers in bars, and my present long-term relationship included. Bars are only locked down upon by people who have too little intellectual substance and too little sophistication to enjoy alcohol and the faux-Lush-Life atmosphere.

Being gay is not the equivalent of smile-button suburban respectability. If that were true I'd have given up on it a very long time ago! Pace alcoholics in recovery, for whom I have the greatest empathy and respect! But really, who wants to meet a fellow professional, etc. The great thing about being gay, for me, is a kind of constructive social irresponsibility. I don't need to feel respectable and I don't need someone whose "educational level" equals mine.

I prefer, in fact, someone who is socially different from me. As long as they're smart and kind, who cares about the rest! David from 4 months ago I've been in a relationship for 30 years I'm not sure monogamy is the answer either. I think we need variety. There is no easy answer, unless you meet your soul mate. Finding guys for serious relationships is nearly impossible. I've been single for 10 years. Holidays are the worse. Planning for the future is a difficult task also.

I'm trying to be positive about finding a guy. Would like to hear from other guys in the same situation. Have a good day. I would love to have a boyfriend it's been over 14 yrs now I'm nice quite good looking too. Living in the Midwest there are gay churches, gay bars, and cruisy areas. But that is about it. If you are not into any of the 3 you are screwed. Besides most everyone is looking at the outside more than the inside of the person.

A person with a sense of humor and someone old fashioned enough to believe in the qualities of marriage and willing to work at it to make it continue and work. Someone who you can share your life with, someone that has taken the time to really know who I am as a person someone who is romantic in a lot of ways. Someone who is giving and tender, dependable and willing to be there when you need them such as a health issue etc. I do not think there is someone like that out there anywhere.

I have not seen him. I guess I will die searching for it because it does not exist. I wish I could find someone that I can say to all I want is just him.

Hi I want a boyfriend as well. I am a 32 Asian man. Anyone interested me , pls pm me.. I live on the side of a mountain in a great home. Your site is for those great looking hunks that didn't score last Saturday night. Sorry for the bad grammar and misspelling in my previous comment, basically what i was saying is that the stereotype of muscle men that most gay men want And from what I've gathered Most gay men in general So in their minds, they don't need to be tied down.

I'm pretty much over the dating scene, and don't even want to hook up Barely any gay man close to my age 20s really wants a relationship these days I'll preface this with saying its an opinion based on anecdotal evidence and personal experience, rather than statistics.

I trust much of this will ring true to many though. Also I feel none of this contradicts the above. As a gay man happily partnered for 10 years now trust me More often the lack of gay population seems to be secondary to the mindset of partner hunting developed unconsciously from the scene, in which a 6 pack or big guns are considered more important than the ability to put two words together, let alone for any type of emotional connection.

When I ask my friends what their ideal partner is, despite them being great boyfriend material, their 'type' has evolved into primary importance on physical attributes and anything else is secondary. Invariably this leads to very short-term relationships as they get to know each other beyond mutual interest in the gym.

It also means that anyone who doesnt have the ideal physical profile can suffer from low self esteem, and the growth rate of eating disorders among gay men have never been higher.

Then there are the ones who want a boyfriend, any boyfriend, and think of single life as being hell. As a result they either pick poor matches doomed to failure out of desparation, or sink their claws in on the first date and jealousy and fear just destroys any chance of getting further. So, to add another item on the list, I'd recommend opening your mind up to looking beyond your pictured 'type' because it might jut be putting blinkers on, and if you are still single after exhaustive searching then it clearly isnt working for you.

Be happy and confident with yourself as a single person who doesnt 'need' anyone to make you feel complete. Finally, keep in mind in the tightknit minority community, chances are a high percentage of your friends and acquaintences are gay.

Look again beyond your existing relationship with them and you might find something more. Gays are too much into labels and boxes and fantasies. I just want to meet a man who wants to date a unique person. See 10 more comments. Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners. HubPages and Hubbers authors may earn revenue on this page based on affiliate relationships and advertisements with partners including Amazon, Google, and others.

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You have tried everything else—so what else do you have to lose? Okay—let's look at the list! Dating Apps and Web Sites. Local Community Classes This particular suggestion has worked well for many gay men who were formerly single. Volunteer This particular suggestion is a twofer when you think about it. Are you a pilot? Are you a lawyer?

Do a search on gay lawyer associations and see what pops up. In New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles for example, there are city-focused professional associations for lawyers.

There are gay chapters just for LGBT folks. Final Thoughts The dream that one day, you will meet the guy of your dreams is a wonderful thing to dream about. Did I miss any places to find boyfriends? Leave suggestions in the comments!

Gay Men and Bars Are you sick of gay bars to meet new men because: Too many people around I don't like going to bars I never meet quality people I don't drink alcohol There is too much drama involved It is too expensive See results. Lookingfor lovefun loving serious like 18 to 30 im 70 love to kiss and cyddle. Hi I've looking for someones who s care me and love Me what I am! Pls I need someones to love me. I like boys and around cleveland,ohio im 19 years old im gay and proud.

Looking for a steady partner. I am loyal and want to be in a relationship. Lastly, I want to fall in love and get married and buy a house together. I'd like to meet a guy to have fun with go to movies with im here for pleasure n also looking for a roommate I just need a friend. Got the same problem can't find some one to have fun with surly it can't be that hard. Iam 31years old but my face is Ron I exist so you are wrong! I want the same! I feel the same!

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Decided we needed to head out for a much needed celebration. Our waiter was absolute amazing. Super nice and nothing was too much trouble! The gin menu is incredible and I think this is the major draw card! Culture Club has the ability to take you from the Sichuan hills of China to the Cumin and Cardamom scented markets of Morocco to every cuisine around the Mediterranean.

The food is exquisite, and well balanced with strong and pronounced flavours. The atmosphere is young, fun and worth experiencing with decently priced meals and drinks for every occasion. This is probably where ginaholics in Pretoria hang out, since the collection is massive and of such a high standard, with a wide variety of other drinks also available. It was so much fun here that I had to visit the next day again.

Loved the food and the amazing ambiance. Culture club has a nice variety of food and there is always something new to look forward to on their special menu board. Great variety of drinks aswell and a nice vibe for a relaxing evening out. A top class spot in Hazelwood that promises and delivers a great vibe along with simple but well thought out food.

The drinks are great and they have a comprehensive gin menu which seems to be the hype lately. There are also gay bars that cater to certain races, such as ones for Asian men "and their admirers", Latin men, or black men. Music , either live or, more commonly, mixed by a Disc jockey DJ , is often a prominent feature of gay bars. In larger North American cities and in Australia, one or more gay bars with a country music theme and line dancing are also common, as are bars known for retro s pop and "Motown Sound.

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Sapphire has a preferred type, and if you like big tits, you’ll be a happy man here. Most of the dancers are on the high end of the spectrum for both beauty and body, and even when there’s a big crowd, there are plenty of dancers working the crowd. A gay bar is a drinking establishment that caters to an exclusively or predominantly lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender clientele; the term gay is used as a broadly inclusive concept for LGBT and queer communities.. Gay bars once served as the centre of gay culture and were one of the few places people with same-sex orientations and gender-variant identities could openly socialize. I have met a lot of guys over the years that experience “club burnout”. They no longer have a desire to go to the high end dance clubs because they feel it is expensive, too loud, they don’t score the girls they would like to, and they don’t have very much fun.