Do you find online dating shallow and intimidating? Do you think you are not able to forming lasting connections through Grindr or other such apps or sites? Are you tired of people asking you your dick size and your sexual preference before they even ask you your name? Do you miss the old-fashioned date where the two of you would actually get to know each other?
If the answer to any of the above questions is yes, then we have something exciting for you in store! Gaylaxy is organising a special dating event where the focus would be to bond with your date (and we help you get one too). But this dating event is not your regular run-of-the-mill speed dating event! We have put a lot of thought into it to make it special, and make it fun.
We will strip all the shallowness (and filters) that one encounters in online dating. And how do we do it? By tying a cloth around your eyes! Because if you can’t see who you are dating, you will leave all you judgemental attitudes and biases behind, and make an effort to know the person. And one more thing, you will not be allowed to ask any questions that would enable you to judge their physical experience. So no asking their height, name, dick size, race or any other filter that you have ever used/seen in all those apps.
Sounds exciting? There’s more, after you have been given time to interact with the person after being blindfolded, we have some really cool and exciting games that would held the two of you bond together further. We have dumb charades, newspaper dance, feed the Jalebi and Kiss off (sounds scandalous?). We give each pair points for each game, and the one that accumulates the highest points get a free date night at Chez Jerome Q Cafe.
The event is open for gay/bisexual men and trans men who are interested in men, and will be held at Chez Jerome Q Cafe on May 28th from 7 pm. An entry fee of Rs 200 will be collected at the cafe. So be there on time! You don’t wanna miss all the fun.
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