Gay dating websights

Out Everywhere Out Everywhere is a paid service for men and women in select countries around the world.It is very text intensive, site navigation is unbearable.There aren’t paid memberships available for this nonprofit site but there are a handful of very unobtrusive ads.

Jake Jake calls itself the world’s largest gay professional community. The company reports almost 30,000 members sending two million messages to each other over the past year and attending exclusive real world events together.

Unlike others that discourage independent commercial activity, this site encourages users to advertise their own businesses and directly monetize their involvement with the site.

Memberships are £19.95 for 6 months with a 28 free trial period.

DList DList looks like it was designed by someone from Gawker – in fact I’m sure it was.

There’s a professional but stylish look and feel to Jake.

Users are encouraged to use their real names and free accounts offer only two photos – one for yourself and one for your company’s logo for example. Paid members can access the dating section of the site, get more storage in their internal mailboxes, get priority invitations to real world events and bring guests, gain access to “business briefings” and a number of other things.Free membership gets users access to rental listing details, IM, video and audio messaging. Profiles on this site support transgendered identities.Premium members get entries in any of the categories moved up to the top of their respective listings.Lovetastic’s interface is the cleanest, simplest and easiest on the eyes of any of these sites. There are randomly generated interview questions for profiles and nude or shirtless pictures are prohibited. If this is the site for you, you’ll likely know as soon as you visit it.Connexion Connexion is LGBT online networking with a suffix.Paid accounts are per month, per quarter or per year.

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