There’s no shortage of gay men in Fort Worth. The trick is finding them.
Since Fort Worth doesn’t really have a gay neighborhood — although some neighborhoods are gayer than others, of course — you may have to do a little searching to find the man you want. Whether you’re looking for the man of your dreams or just the man of the hour, there’s a perfect guy for you. We’re sure of it
Fort Worth’s glitzy West Seventh development may be too young and straight for some tastes. And downtown’s nightlife scene seems to be dying as everyone moves their business and pleasure to the new development. Still, those areas have never been the best places to meet gay men anyway.
Fortunately, if you take a few things into consideration, you’ll be able to find the right gay man — for whatever you have in mind — right here in Fort Worth, Texas. Whether you like the natural and unkempt look or a guy who looks like he has the best stubble trimmer in the world and manscapes himself to within a millimeter of his life (or maybe something in between), we can help. Here are the first three places you should look:
1. The gay bars in Fort Worth, of course.
No matter what you think of gay bars, they are a great place to meet gay men. You can be certain almost everyone there is gay, so you’re not likely to step on any toes. Even better, Fort Worth’s gay clubs aren’t as seedy or as divey as they are in some cities, so these places probably won’t make you feel uncomfortable.
If you’re not sure where to start, don’t worry. Gay Fort Worth has a guide to gay bars in Fort Worth that will get you started.
2. The gay and lesbian churches.
Whether you’re a Christian or not, gay churches in Fort Worth can be a great place to meet the right man. You can’t automatically assume anything about his morals or his desires just because he’s in a church, however.
He may be there because he’s a devout follower, but he could be there looking for friendship, looking for a date or looking for much more. You’ll never know until you ask.
In the absence of a gay and lesbian community center or neighborhood, these churches serve as gathering places for people who can’t find their own kind anywhere else.
Once again, Gay Fort Worth has you covered if you want to explore the city’s gay and lesbian churches.
3. The big city to the east.
We hate to admit it, but finding gay men in Dallas might be easier than it is in Fort Worth. Dallas is a fake and phony city, but not all of its citizens are that way. Plus, Dallas has its own gay neighborhood at the intersection of Oak Lawn and Cedar Springs, just north of downtown.
As you ask around at the gay clubs in Dallas, you may find that many of the men there are from Fort Worth anyway. It’s not very far from Fort Worth to Dallas after all. That means you could come home from your excursion with a big, local prize.
If Dallas really interests you that much, Gay Fort Worth has a quick realistic guide to Gay Dallas too.
Please, Try 1 and 2 First
It’s really hard to admit that finding gay men in Fort Worth may be a little harder than finding them in Big D. Still, we recommend that you try steps 1 and 2 before you resort to step 3.
There’s no reason to go over there unless you have to, especially when there are so many nice and willing guys looking for something special in Fort Worth.