Though it sounds like a game show, Date a Gay Millionaire is actually a dating site aiming to connect wealthy gay men with hunks seeking the benefits of a relationship with someone who is financially comfortable. The site features a clean, uncomplicated interface and a usable search engine that allows you to sort through potential matches with filters for age, distance, and financial status.
The site’s user-friendly interface includes the usual member profiles with pictures and chat capability as well as the ability to add profiles to your “little black book”, so you’ll always be able to find your favorites later. They also provides two low-risk, low-effort ways to indicate interest in another profile by way of single-click buttons for sending a “Flirt” or an “Ask if He’s Interested” message in addition to the traditional private messaging system. The site seems to cater more toward those looking for a long-term relationship, though that’s not to say there aren’t users looking for an NSA encounter, just that when someone’s looking for a hookup, net worth isn’t usually a factor.
Inherent with a site catering to a small demographic of a minority community, the user base is a somewhat limited one. From our use of the site, it would appear as one would expect that the majority of users are those looking for Gay Millionaires and sugar babies seeking sugar daddies. If that’s your scene, you could do a lot worse than this site. While you may sign up and construct your profile for free, for full functionality, you will need to purchase a membership. However, you will be able to easily make an informed choice about whether this site is for you at the free-subscription level; and the subscription fees are quite reasonable.
Like some of the other gay dating sites reviewed on MenTonight.com, Date a Gay Millionaire is designed for a specific demographic of gay men. If you’re young, pretty and looking for someone to take care of you, this is definitely your site. If you’re looking for someone young and pretty but don’t mind taking on a financial dependent, you’re also in luck.