Our major annual charity donations are to GLAD, the Provincetown Firemen's Association, and the Provincetown Soup Kitchen (SKIP).
I always find it funny that, regardless of race, creed or orientation, there are always guys who think they are "God's gift to whatever". Seems the City draws almost every single gay guy to it.
How can you possibly be "reasonably god looking" AND "HOT" at the same time? I am sure there're plenty of relationship oriented guys in New York City. I want to move to the city, or Boston, or West Coast.
I would look into the South End if I was you as that is the center of things. Guys change their boyfriends frequently because there's always a 'next better' one. It's a wonderfully supportive environment, given the generally higher educational and economical level of the area.
Also as you know Massachusetts has legal gay marriage and a governor and legislature that is very supportive of gay rights. That said, you may need to check your own attitude to make sure that you are not creating the problem that you say you want to avoid. Anyway, I don't want to live in current place anymore.
They include dog tag passes for a group of special events at local clubs, as well as invitations to smaller social functions hosted by Ptown Bears.
Registration also includes cards for VIP entrance to the Boatslip Beach Club's popular 'Tea Dance' - the biggest party daily, held on an expansive deck overlooking the harbor.
We have a number of guestrooms with bay views, and can provide a friendly alternative to an impersonal hotel.
We serve our guests a hot breakfast each morning between and am - breakfast includes coffee, juice, and hot tea, pastries, fruit, cereal, yogurt, and a hot dish.
Please register to participate in our discussions with 2 million other members - it's free and quick! Guys change their boyfriends frequently because there's always a 'next better' one. Boston has one of the largest gay communities in the country, as far as how the scene is I can only base it on what my gay friends and co-workers say and they seem to enjoy living here for the most part. I kinda hope 2-3 dates per month which will lead me to the right guy. Don't you need to be reasonably good looking first? I know a couple gay people who are in long term committed and respectful relationships. I'm sure you can find a real relationship with a good person without moving to Boston.
Some forums can only be seen by registered members. The ones that are looking to go elsewhere have the same complaints as anyone else regardless of their preference. Right now in here, nearly every single gay man is drawn to NYC. Boston is great, I don't want to discourage you from moving but don't be an idiot.
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