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There was a time when gay dating was an IRL affair, based around your local gay bar or well known cruising spot.
However, if you see the word Scruff and don’t immediately shout ‘Oh Scruff Pit Crew’ in your best Mama Ru voice, then why are we even doing this?
Having sponsored the Pit Crew in the sixth season of Rupaul’s Drag Race, Scruff secured its position in the psyches of gay men everywhere, and it’s worth checking it out for this alone.
Since a change at the top in 2016, Grindr has been on a one-app mission to be the centre of gay universe, with big events, an online magazine and a gay emoji keyboard. Who it’s for: older, hairier, masc Scruff, as the name suggests, is the hairier, bearier alternative to Grindr.
With that in mind, here’s a run down of the most popular gay dating apps for queer men.
Who it’s for: everyone Grindr, you may have heard of it?
A lot of this stems from the fact that users have license to be incredibly specific about their wants and desires, which apparently for some people means being specifically terrible.
Awful behaviour aside, there are a lot of pros to Grindr. You can also be as anonymous as you want or as open as you’d like with your gender, preferred pronouns and status.