Gay dating services
Kim founded Mixology after realizing a need for matchmaking services in the LGBTQ community, which now has clients in ten cities.She maintains a seat on the Point Foundation host committee and is also an advisor for the Next Generation Leadership Foundation.I have become more open when it comes to selecting who to ask out on a date.Every date teaches me something new about what I have to offer a potential partner, as well as what's important to me in a long-term partnership.
Needless to say, this made the getting-to-know-you process much, much safer (though not necessarily easier).
To connect with Kim or for more information, find her on Twitter, @Kim Rosenberg DC or on Mixology's website,
Once upon a time, gay men had few options for meeting, hooking up and dating.
I have lived in a few major metropolitan cities -- dating is hard everywhere.
The issue for me, which I'm sure many people would agree, is that there are only so many gay bars where professional singles go to socialize, and it seems like social networks are incestuous, or friends are coupled up.