Love, Dating and Adult Activity in Gay San Francisco

One of the concerns for a gay friend of mine who moved here from out-of-state was that everyone would think that he was moving to San Francisco “just because it’s what gay people do”. There is often a limited view of San Francisco gay life from the outside perspective of far-away places. But, of course, when you’re living here, what you find is that there are many different ways to live out many different lifestyles in this city. There are communities within communities. There is acceptance which allows for there to be many opportunities for choosing a lifestyle lived outside of stereotypes.

One way to get information about the different perspectives on gay love, dating and other adventures in San Francisco and the surrounding area is to check out the blogs at CaliforniaMen.net. This adults-only site, which has the awesome witty slogan of “Cruise Control for your Online Life”, offers all sorts of information regarding online dating in California for the gay male. But what’s most interesting on the site are the blogs where local people share their stories, thoughts, fears, hopes and experiences (good and bad) with the world so that everyone can see the multi-dimensional dating experiences offered in San Francisco. Specifically, you should check out Don’t Ask Questions, the regularly updated local blog which covers every facet of online dating as it applies to gay San Francisco.

7 Comments so far

  1. tyler82 (unregistered) on February 7th, 2007 @ 1:35 pm

    Gay life in San Francisco is absolutely pathetic (unless you are a 50 year old overweight bear). If I didn’t love this city so much then, based on the gay scene here, I would have moved away faster than I came here.
    Those who are not cultured (see: America), of course, will still view SF as the only gay city in the world. What a joke! I wish this were the case. I can’t find a young, good looking, “normal” guy anywhere in this city. They are all too afraid and ashamed to go to Castro, and, I can’t blame them, as it has turned into quite the gay ghetto.


  2. dantc (unregistered) on February 7th, 2007 @ 5:00 pm

    It’s always someone or something else, eh? I know how that goes.


  3. tyler82 (unregistered) on February 7th, 2007 @ 6:20 pm

    i think it’s also sexual frustration from not being able to FIND ANY! :-p


  4. dantc (unregistered) on February 7th, 2007 @ 6:32 pm

    I know how THAT goes, too. ;-)


  5. Mateo (unregistered) on February 8th, 2007 @ 10:19 am

    Agreed.
    San Francisco has the absolute worst gay scene. Every bar is a worse facsimile of the one before -(maybe because almost all gay bars are owned by one of two individuals.)
    The diversity is a joke.
    LA, Chicago, Seattle, NY, Vancouver, Boston – all have much a much better, diverse, inclusive scene.
    If however, you are a overweight bear over the age of 45 into fisting, nipple play, and poppers – then this is your mecca.


  6. Pinball (unregistered) on February 8th, 2007 @ 11:00 am

    Interesting comments about the SF gayscene. If you have a chance check out sfgay.org

    It’s relatively new.


  7. suzan (unregistered) on February 22nd, 2007 @ 4:59 am

    pls put me true to your site i want to become memeber so that i can fnd my love one



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