I've created a podcast to follow on from my book Grindr Survivr: How to Find Happiness in the Age of Hookup Apps.
I felt it wasn't just enough to just whine and complain about the state of gay dating and how difficult it is to find substance in a relationship these days. I wanted to have powerful conversations to start help people get clear on what they really want. I want people to either powerfully choose to be single or to get clear on what stops them from committing.
Also, due to apps, I fear that the gay community is losing the "community" element. Years ago, groups of guys (from different ages, races and backgrounds) would congregate in bars and clubs - and shockingly, they'd talk to each other and hang out as mates - even if they didn't fancy each other. With the rise of apps, a big element of community has disappeared, or at least it's harder to find. So I am going to make positive podcasts, highlighting the efforts of those queer/gay men who are trying to promote healthy community groups that empower gay guys.
Right now, it's only on YouTube, but I hope to have it on most other major podcast services within the next 7-10 days. Please have a listen and give it a like and subscribe if you can!
Thank you so much!
And to quote Rupaul... "Now on iTunes."