Breaking the ice in the initial stages of gay dating means doing something entertaining and light hearted; going to a cabaret or burlesque performance certainly falls under this category.For the gay dating community, there are plenty of theatre groups, organisations and venues which hold events and plays for a gay audience.A first date for a man is as nerve-racking as it is for a woman, but sadly, the men are expected to contribute more to it to make it special.
They scan the room, menu, and table setting, only occasionally making eye contact.
Nothing bonds two people together more than a roller coaster ride with a splash at the end of it. Learning to create something yummy together is bound to increase the flow of chemistry between you; from cupcakes to Italian dishes, shop around to find the class you think will tickle their fancy.
If your date likes their sport, challenging them to a game of squash or a round of pool might appeal to their competitive streak.
There’s also that all important interval to discuss your thoughts over a tipple and get to know each other better.
Going to the cabaret may seem like a cliché, but it’s guaranteed to be fun.