You need to try these 3 apps for a gay hookup tonight

If your gay, there’s probably a 75% chance that you’re horny as all hell right now. I don’t mean to assume, but you can’t tell me I’m wrong. Sometimes when you’re horny, you just can’t settle for your hand. You might need to find a real live person to bang.

And believe me I feel it. But the problem with wanting to hook up right now, is that you can’t be sure that any fuck buddy you already have is free to get their freak on.

Here are a few apps that you should definitely download if you’re trying to get laid tonight!

1. Gay Chat App

Do you like a man with a little scruff? Well then you should absolutely download this app. While this app can cater to all gay men, it definitely is geared toward guys who either are scruffy or want a dude with a little scuff.

They also have a feature where they list events and can help with travel. So not only is this a dating app, but Gay Chat App wants to create a community around the app. If you’re looking for something to do tonight or looking for an event to go to when you travel, you don’t have to download another app! Plus, everything listed in the Venture and Events section is gay centered, so you don’t have to worry about rolling into some sort of vanilla straight-laced party or hotel, when you’re looking for an accepting area.

2. Hornet

Hornet also is a dating app with a community space attached! You can chat with men near you – as the app is location based – or talk to other guys who are a little further away.

The app is definitely trying to up the classiness of gay dating, but you can still definitely find men to hook up with tonight!

You can also get involved by becoming a moderator, a translator, or contribute with your own writing!
However, when it comes to chatting with other men you can definitely find someone who’s down to hook up!

3. Grindr

When it comes down to it, Grinder is paramount for hooking up. Sure, you’re going to see a lot of unwanted dick pics and headless torsos but it’s the perfect environment for finding someone who’s down to hook up almost immediately.
Just be careful of bots and douche bags who might use “preference” as a way to disguise prejudice. Not everyone is going to be nice, but you can definitely find someone who’s gonna be nice to you… and your body if you know what I mean!

If you’re into hook up culture, then you need Grindr.
Honorable mention:

I can’t end this article without mentioning HER. This app is specifically geared toward gay women and femme non-binary people. While the hook up culture isn’t as strong in the gay-lady community, you might be able to find someone who’s down to hook up on this app.

This is a great dating/potential hook up app for women and it often goes uncelebrated.

5 Tips For Coming Out of the Closet To Your Parents

5.) Breaking the Ice

Take some time to really think hard about how you’re going to want to start this conversation. This will probably be the toughest part, because taking that first step always feels the most provoking.. say something like “I have something that I need to tell you, because I’ve felt like I’ve had to keep it a total secret for the longest time. And I think I feel ready to talk to you about it now.” Or maybe you can try, “I’ve had this one thing on my mind for a pretty long time now that I don’t know how to talk about out loud.” One more could be “I have to talk to you about this thing that’s really important to me. It’s important to me that I’m always being honest with you.”

4.) Come out to your parents by explaining your sexual orientation.

There is no wrong or right fashion to say it in, so pick what feels most comfortable for you. Maybe try saying “I’m gay/lesbian/bisexual/transgender. I’ve known this about myself for a pretty long time now.” Or you might try, “I think I might be this way, I am attracted to people of the same sex, and I honestly don’t know what to do about it.” OR maybe you can say  “I feel like I was born in the wrong body. I think I might feel more comfortable as a boy (or a girl), doing the types of things that they do.”

 3.) Explain your perspective in the moment to help your parents understand.

  The more you can do to help them understand you, the more effect it will have on your relationship. Say something like “This feels natural for me, just like it feels natural to you to be heterosexual. I’m not choosing to be this way; I just am.” or “It’s natural to me, but it seems unnatural do them right now because I’m a boy (or because I’m a girl.)”

2.) Explain to your parents why you never came out to them before now.

  This will be a big help in getting them to understand who you are. Tell them you were afraid that they would reject you” or say “our society is so homophobic, and I was afraid of how others might view me.” You can also tell them you were afraid that it would ruin your relationship, and that you value your relationship very much.

1.) Share with your parents how they can support you.

You will always have many other people to come out to throughout your life, and having your parents full support will help you do just that. Say that you would like it if you took the time to learn more about what it means to be gay/lesbian/bisexual/transgender. And that you would love it if they would allow you to maybe tell your parents more about your friends and how important they are to you. When your parents are ready, they will support you, no matter what.

Watch these parents amazing reactions to their kids coming out to them!