Gay male dating sites
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.
There aren’t paid memberships available for this nonprofit site but there are a handful of very unobtrusive ads.
If you’re looking for news and political discussion in your LGBT social networking check out Connexion.
Paid accounts are per month, per quarter or per year.
This site looks solid enough and usability is decent, though I did get one 404.
Man Jam offers listings for rooms and houses for rent or to live in rent-free. There are job and business listings, many of which are in the Middle East.
“Finally, gay personals that treat you like a person,” the site says.
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.
Free account holders can post profiles, browse the site and receive messages.
Paid accounts, starting at per month, enable users to send messages and chat.
In addition to dating and events organizing the site focuses on low level political activity and news. The site is a little awkward but not highly sexualized.