We ask you to take a few minutes to read these tips and require that you follow them.
We make no representations or warranties as to the accuracy, completeness or efficacy of any of such Safety Points, and you agree that you are solely responsible for your interactions with other members.
While this is by no means a comprehensive or definitive list, it should give you an idea of things to consider when using our site: Before you meet someone for the first time, get to know him first and make sure to feel comfortable with the person and spend time speaking with the person whether by email, chat or by phone.
Ask detailed questions and be cautious of any inconsistent information or strange behaviors.
It is a good idea to meet in a public and well-populated place with many people around. Take your phone with you in case of an emergency, most smart phones have location technology included which possibly may help to locate you or provide guidance. Tell someone who you are meeting, where you are going and when you will return.
There are certain steps that every person should follow while dating — both online and offline.
Permission from the potential match to provide their contact information to the client must be obtained prior to the introduction being made.
This may include any disabilities that the client would like the match to be aware of prior to the introduction.
If you see any warning signs or just have a bad feeling about the situation, end the conversation.
You should be confident that the person is being genuine and portray themselves as the person they are presenting to you before committing to meet. You should be mindful of any communication requesting that you submit credit card or other account information.
Be comfortable with the person before accepting private invites to hook up. Gayquation is proud to be advocates to Gay rights and lifestyle choices. It is a truth that even in 2015, HIV and other STD’s are still being transmitted.