Latest and Greatest Gay Dating Coaches

There’s so many dating “experts” out there, who’s advice do you follow? Here’s our list of the 10 Best Gay Dating bloggers online, whether you’re after coaching services, or want to discover what dating style is for you, this lot are your perfect match!

 

By Julie Hodister

 

  1. Jonathan Welford and Rob Hardy @ www.canal-st.co.uk/Services/gay-dating-expert or www.gaydatingexpert.co.uk

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Jonathan is the main go-to dating coach at Gay dating Expert (GDE), along with his partner Rob Hardy. Claiming “100% success guaranteed,” these two give sensible practical advice helping gay men with life goals, date coaching, anxieties and phobias.

Email them at hello@GayDatingExpert.co.uk

 

  1. The Guyliner @ www.theguyliner.wordpress.com

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Anonymous gay dating expert, The Guyliner dishes the truth about the dating minefield, often saying what we’re thinking on his hilarious site. Former monthly dating columnist in the homosexual bible that is Gay Times magazine, he now heads up a page dedicated to helping GT’s readers with their life/relationship/dating dilemmas.  Send him your questions to www.theguyliner.wordpress.com/contact

 

  1. Adam Clark and Tony Dines @ www.gaylifecoach.co.uk

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This duo self-professes to “help you to meet the right man, sustain your relationship, or generally feel more comfortable in your own skin.” Offering gay men relationship advice, a confidence boost and improve self-esteem, Tony and Adam, give personal and self -coaching sessions. Contact them herewww.gaylifecoach.co.uk/contactus.php

 

  1. Jaye Sassieni @ www.urbanconnections.co.uk

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Dating coach, Jaye Sassieni, author of the ‘Gay Dating Guide’ is always ready to answer anything regarding gay dating, finding a partner and more. Jaye knows his stuff. Founder of Urban Connections, a London based site for men to meet men, he’s mastered the art of matching guys in swanky West End Venues running various dating events. Email him with your dating dilemma atinfo@urbanconnections.co.uk  with ‘Q&A column’ in the header.

 

  1. Dr. Brian Rzepczynski @ www.thegaylovecoach.com

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“I work with gay men who are ready to create a road map that will lead them to find & build a lasting partnership with Mr. Right,” says Gay Love Coach, Brian. Dating, relationship, and sex expert, author and advice columnist, there’s not much Brian can’t help you with. As one of the leading love coaches for the gay community, Brian has over 22 years’ experience as a psychotherapist and life coach. Got a sex or relationship question? Email him at http://thegaylovecoach.com/contact

 

  1. Mary G Malia @ www.gaygirldatingcoach.com

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Lesbian author, speaker, dating consultant and coach, Mary is founder of Gay Girl Dating Coach and the Live Your Best Lesbian Life Tele-Summit, a global event featuring lesbians who live their lives out loud and successfully. Mary’s vision is to be the leading resource for lesbians who want to find happiness and lasting love in their lives. Contact Mary atwww.gaygirldatingcoach.com/contactpage

 

  1. Jim Sullivan @ www.boyfriend101.com

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Author, dating and relationship coach advice columnist, mentor and guide to the LGBT community for over 25 years, Jim grew up in New York City and worked as a teacher, community activist and volunteer intake clinician during the height of the AIDS crisis. Since then, Jim’s helped thousands of gay men through his dating workshops. Contact him here http://boyfriend101.com/contact

 

  1. J. Cameron Gantt @ www.instigaytor.com

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Known by his clients as “Mr. Fix It,” Cameron is the head dating coach at Insti(Gay)tor, a site that claims: “We hunt for your perfect match!” With more than 1,100 Twitter followers, Insti(Gay)tor concentrates on gay matchmaking, singles coaching and dating advice for LGBT singles. Cameron says, “With Insti(Gay)tor, it’s like having your own personal wingman cheering you towards success!” Mr. Fix It can be contacted here www.//instigaytor.com/contact/

 

  1. Jason @ www.bgiok.org.uk  

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Being Gay Is Ok (bgiok) is a non-profit info and relationship advice site for gay, lesbian, bisexual and unsure under twenty-fives, run by Jason. It’s a great online resource, a sort of beginners guide to being gay, using accessible language to give practical advice. “It’s about showing that being gay is different – not worse,” says Jason. There’s also a problem page where visitors can submit their unique concerns here, www.bgiok.org.uk/contact/contact_main.html

 

  1. Rosie, Frankie, Shiva and Melanie @ www.lgbt-advice.tumblr.com/team

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LGBT Advice is a fantastic blog run by lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender young people with a passion for helping friends worldwide with the problems, struggles and burning questions. Their blog is there to help whether you need relationship advice, are struggling with an issue or simply just need someone to talk to. Questions can be answered anonymously, or if you leave a note they’ll reply privately back to your inbox.

 

Former AOL UK Editor, Julie Hodister, has written for numerous women’s and teen magazines including, Heat, Bliss, Dare, more! 19, Smash Hits, Big! J17, Q, Sky and Chat.

 

 

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