If you've been on a gay app for awhile, you know the stalker well. They are 24/7 glancing at your profile and your pictures without saying a words. You see them on your visitors list early and often.
Whether you love them or hate them, the flasher is a prominent feature of gay community on your smartphone and have no qualms about showing their little skin. Whether they unlock their photos without so much of a greeting, or the receipt of unwarranted friends during a conversation, the flasher is a provocative and strike without warning.
3. Art Collectors
The reverse of flasher, a gay app user who in incessant of their demand to see your portfolio. These people are relentless in their quest to see more of you.
4. Three's a crowd
The guys who made up this community app users aren't necessarily bad people, but if you are looking for a romantic connection, they are not available. Nuff said.
Typically found on the gay app without a photo in sight or some abstract, illustrated or otherwise unidentifiable image, the secret agent has something to hide, whether it's a fact that they are not out about their sexuality, the fact they may be in a relationship but fear being caught, or have concerns about being identified by co-workers/ students etc.
Believe it or not, there are more women on gay apps than you might imagine. While there is no way to tell who is an imposter and who isn't, practicing common sense and taking precaution is the least you can do.
7. The One You've been waiting for
Technically, not asking you to wait for you prince charm, but hell yeah, this is true. The man you may very well be one of the people you meet on gay app. Truth be told, do not be dissuaded by the other types which may throw you off from your quest. He might be on the "nearby" list of your favorite app right now.