Give it an hour or so and then text: “I had a great time tonight,” or something along those lines. It’s the perfect way to let them know you a) had a great time and b) indicate that you would be interested in another date. I was becoming attractive, to the point where other guys were staring and had lust in their eyes.
I feel like I only want to date someone who I am 100% convinced I'll be with forever." —Craig, 21 "Between Grindr and talking to people on all the others, it takes up a few hours a day. When you are constantly texting multiple people and don't respond to one, you get the infamous question mark text. It's just a lot." —Taylor, 22 "Because of dating apps, you can find out where a guy works, what kind of company he keeps, and all the places he's lived before even meeting him.When you are a gay man in your twenties, dating can be an all-around horrible experience.Buzz Feed reached out to some of those gay twentysomethings to tell us some of their difficulties when trying to date.There’s none of the pressure of a phone call, and none of the awkward waiting. The best part is, by sending a quick message you’ve put the ball into their court. At least when I was a big guy, men were more interested in other aspects of me." —Erich, 24 "Gay apps usually come with some sort of sorting hat for your 'gay tribe.' It sucks that there is so much division within the gay community in that respect.