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lonely gay modelIf you are a young gay man you may feel lonely sometimes, this also applies to situations while you are having a terrible time or any kind of problems in your relationships. You can find lots ways to get help, and the one we would recommend is to chat with like-minded people and sex chat places is a good way, as our study once showed – men who are in problems go to seek help in sex with other same sex orientation relationships.

As you are entering chat room, you have to know what kind of action you want, about what topics you would love to chat. By doing that you can select live sex chat partner from live gay models. Most of them love to chat and of course they like sex as all of them are online to relax and have virtual sex. That is the main thing all people go to sex cam sites.

Of course, many of other visitors come just to watch, and you are different and want to chat, so let other party know about your intentions and make it clear. However, don’t be strict and know that you never know how it will all turn out.

Before you open up about your problems get to know other person and the best way to do it is to start a conversation with questions that can lead to interesting conversation to get to know each other. Every person loves then other human being is interested in them, so with questions about them you are showing that you are not selfish and care about person you are chatting with.

Choosing the right person to chat with

Now make sure that you both are speaking the same language, as chat rooms are full of people not only from English speaking countries but from the whole world. So this is important aspect as if you can’t understand each other no matter how good other person will look, and how good his profile will be, you have to speak the same language.

Topics & questions to chat about

  • Asking life story is a good way to start
  • Asking for name at the begging is important, and pay attention is other side is asking yours, don’t volunteer your name
  • Find out where is he from and what he likes to do
  • What is his favorite sex pose, remember this is a sex chat room and people meet up to hook up.
  • Many chat rooms are not free for private show so be kind and talk with all people.
  • Ask about future plans and listen to what other person is saying, it will show you his outlook on life

In conclusion, I would like to note that being alone is never a solution so going to chat with other like-minded people will help to take the stone from your heart.

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Resources in the New York area

HIV TESTING, COUNSELING & HEALTH-RELATED SERVICES

Callen-Lorde Community Health Center
356 W. 18th Street (18th Street & 9th Avenue)
Phone: 212-271-7800
www.callen-lorde.org

Callen-Lorde Community Health Center is New York City’s only primary health care center dedicated to meeting the health care needs of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) communities and people living with HIV/AIDS-regardless of any patient’s ability to pay.

Gay Men’s Health Crisis (GMHC)
The Tisch Building
119 West 24th Street
Hotline: 800-243-7692; 212-807-6655
www.gmhc.org

Substance Use Counseling & Education (S.U.C.E.)
212-367-1354.

S.U.C.E. offers individual and group counseling for gay and bisexual male substance users.

Gay Men’s Counseling & Education (G.M.C.E.) – 212-367-1000.

G.M.C.E. offers individual and group counseling for gay and bisexual men.

David Geffen Center for HIV Prevention & Health Education
212-367-1353.

The David Geffen Center offers free HIV testing to all, as well as pre- and post-test counseling.

The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center
208 West 13th Street
Phone: 212-620-7310
www.gaycenter.org

The Center offers a variety of 12-Step Groups for G/L/B/T persons including Crystal Meth Anonymous, Alcoholics Anonymous, Cocaine Anonymous, Marijuana Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous and Sexual Compulsives Anonymous. Call the center or go to the website for information more information.

The Pride Institute
Phone: 800-54-PRIDE
www.pride-institute.com

The Pride Institute offers both inpatient and outpatient treatment for gay and lesbian persons with a chemical dependency. To talk with an admissions counselor, call 1-800-54-PRIDE.

East Harlem Health Center
158 East 115th Street
Phone: 212-360-5904

The East Harlem Health Center offers free HIV/STD testing, primary health care, and dental care.

Central Harlem Health Center
2238 5th Avenue
Phone: 212-690-1760

The Central Harlem Health Center offers free HIV/STD testing and primary health care.

COMMUNITY-BASED ORGANIZATIONS

Gay Men of African Descent (GMAD)
103 East 125th Street, Suite 503
New York, NY 10035-1641
Phone: 212-828-1697
www.gmad.org
gmad@gmad.org

GMAD offers a wide range of programmatic support that reflects the far flung needs and interests of the black gay community. These programs are designed to strengthen GMAD’s impact on both an individual and organizational level. This is accomplished through HIV testing, technical assistance and training, advocacy, drop-in and support groups, and groups for our Seniors and young adults. The groups vary according to age, identity and HIV status.

NATIONAL HIV/AIDS HOTLINES

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
National AIDS Clearinghouse (Information and publication orders)
1-800-458-5231
TTY: 1-800-243-1098
Hours: Monday through Friday 9:00 am to 6:00 pm

GMHC AIDS Hotline
1-800-AIDS-NYC (1-800-243-7692)
TTY: 1-212-645-7470
Hours: Monday through Friday 10:00 am to 9:00 pm (Eastern Time); Saturday, 12:00 to 3:00 pm
E-mail: hotline@gmhc.org

General AIDS hotline for those worried that they may be infected, or people trying to access New York City AIDS resources.

National AIDS Hotline
1-800-CDC-INFO (1-800-232-4636)
TTY: 1-888-232-6348
Hours: 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
E-mail: cdcinfo@cdc.gov
In English, en Español.

The Gay and Lesbian National Hotline
1-888-THE-GLNH (1-888-843-4564)
Hours: Monday through Friday 4:00 pm to 12:00 am;
Saturday 12:00 noon to 5:00 pm
E-mail: glnh@glnh.org

A non-profit organization which provides nationwide toll-free peer-counseling, information, and referrals for youth and adults.

HIV/AIDS TREATMENT HOTLINES

AIDSinfo
1-800-HIV-0440 (1-800-448-0440)
TTY: 1-888-480-3739
International: 1-301-519-0459
Fax: 1-301-519-6616
Hours: Monday through Friday 12:00 pm to 5:00 pm (Eastern Time)
E-mail: contactus@aidsinfo.nih.gov

Callers can speak with experienced health specialists for information about approved HIV treatment and help in locating HIV/AIDS clinical trials across the USA. In English and en Español.

AIDS Treatment Data Network
1-800-734-7104
International: 1-212-260-8868
Hours: Monday through Friday 9:00 am to 6:00 pm (Eastern Time)

Project Inform
National HIV/AIDS Treatment Infoline: 1-800-822-7422
International: 1-415-558-9051
Hours: Monday through Friday 10:00 am to 4:00 pm (Pacific Time)

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Our Community

Our community contains gay men from all over the world and as today it’s easy to have relationships online using live cams we often meet new people so that is a great place to get in touch with men online.

There is several ways, one is to use dating sites made for gay only and other is to go to live sex cams and pick appropriate category to chat instantly with couples or single person.
The quality of live feed is perfect that you can see every detail of how the other person looks like and hear the sound of what he is saying in real time, the sound is clear and without any delays like on other communication apps like Skype and similar.

We are always looking for new members in our community, so if you love to study struggles of same sex and the challenges the world sends us you should contact us right away and join our study to share information and also gain knowledge from all of us.

We have meeting online every other day to chat up interesting things we found out and also publish them here for everybody to see. If you have interesting ideas write them down and let us know about your health or other struggles.

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Participate

Hey Guys… are you in a same-sex relationship? We want to talk about it!

Our goal at the You & Me Study is to better understand how issues like culture, masculinity, and homophobia influence the way men think about their relationships and sexual health. By talking with couples we can get a better picture of how men form relationships, relate to one another, communicate, and stay healthy.

Tell us about your relationship, health, sex lives and experiences. You and your partner will each earn $40 and find our if you qualify for other research opportunities.
Beyond participating, there are many ways to get involved:

  • tell your friends all about us!
  • like us on facebook.
  • letting us know what you think.
  • joining our community advisory board.

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Contact Us

The You & Me Study is funded by the National Institute of Mental Health and is a collaborative effort among researchers at San Francisco State University, the University of California at San Francisco, and Columbia University. This work is being conducted by a team of researchers in San Francisco and New York, namely Principal Investigator, Dr. Colleen Hoff (SF) and Co-Investigator, Dr. Patrick Wilson (NYC).

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About

Who Are We?

The You & Me Study is funded by the National Institute of Mental Health and is a collaborative effort among researchers at San Francisco State University, the University of California at San Francisco, and Columbia University. This work is being conducted by a team of researchers in San Francisco and New York, namely Principal Investigator, Dr. Colleen Hoff (SF) and Co-Investigator, Dr. Patrick Wilson (NYC).

Mission

Our goal at the You & Me Study is to better understand how issues like culture, masculinity, and homophobia influence the way men think about their relationships and sexual health. By talking with couples we can get a better picture of how men form relationships, relate to one another, communicate, and stay healthy.

Principles

Our study emphasizes the experiences and knowledge of our participants. We respect the contributions that members of the community will make to this project because we know that couples are the experts of their own relationships. We believe that research should benefit the community. By speaking with us and reflecting on your life and relationship, you are taking an active role in that process.

Why

The You & Me study is taking a new look at the way men who have sex with men approach relationships. Previous research focuses on individuals and we’re building on that research to get a better understanding of the way same-sex couples interact with each other and the world.

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