Introducing Gaydar Meets

Rob Curtis

Rob Curtis
06 December 2017

A new way to meet more local guys!

Hey everyone! I’m delighted to introduce Gaydar Meets!

Firstly, I’d like to say thanks to everyone that’s stayed in touch with us since the launch of the new blog. We’ve had lots of feedback from people and some great ideas too!

One theme really resonated with us…

“How to meet more local guys but without the hassle or expectations of being on a date?”

“I want to make new friends but don’t know where to begin”

We’ve decided to build upon that idea.

I’m really happy to introduce Gaydar Meets.

Gaydar Meets is the name for a new series of events we’ll be running around the world throughout 2018. Gaydar Meets are designed to give you fun, flirty and friendly ways to hang out with other LGBT people.

We’re starting off with a Christmas event in London: Gaydar Meets… Goes to Winterville. If you’re in London you should check it out. If not, don’t worry – we’ll begin rolling these out in other UK and global cities.

We want to have some fun with it so will be making sure everyone has a small badge to identify each other. These are colour coded too to help some what you’re up for.  

I’ve always found it easier to connect with people when we’re both enjoying ourselves or already passionate about something. I hope that you try a Gaydar Meet once they come to a place near you.

If you’re interested in having a fun, flirty and friendly social event organised near you, please let us know by commenting below.


Rob Curtis

Rob Curtis

Rob is Gaydar’s Managing Director. Rob is a keen advocate of LGBT issues and has appeared on the BBC, Huffington Post, Buzzfeed, Instinct and O Globo (Brazil) tackling HIV stigma. Rob spent his career in consultancy and finance until October when he was hired as the new MD to define and implement Gaydar’s new vision to connect people from all spectrums of the LGBT+ community, online and offline.


Comments (3)

  1. Avatar Dan says:

    Hey, it seems that nobody thought of announcing that the useful chat rooms have been reopened – they were Gaydar’s unique selling point and it was baffling to see them being shut down! Well done for finally bringing them back 🙂 First step to bring users back I hope



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