How To Meet Rich Gay Men for Dating

As generations of mothers have told their daughters, “Falling in love with a rich man is just as easy as falling in love with a poor man.” If you’re looking to meet a wealthy gay man, a great place to start is the internet. There are several sites for finding the well-heeled man of your dreams like and

Many dating sites have the ability to enter income data into one’s profile, though understandably many men are reticent to have their income listed on an online personals account.

When shopping for a man of means, the last thing you want to do is express an interest in their finances, and those who have been around the block will have already come across those who are only interested in them for their bank account, so their radar for such things is often quite sensitive.

Wealthy men, gay or straight, often go for those who are markedly beautiful and/or significantly younger, so if you are either or better yet both, and are untroubled by the age discrepancy, then you’ll have an easier time of landing your rich mate. 

Much like the pre-internet days, finding the wealthy is easiest if you go to the same places they do. You wouldn’t go to dive bar to find a millionaire, similarly going to a twinks-only dating site is statistically unlikely to land you someone with wealth. You are more apt to meet the wealthy in their natural habitat, your area’s more exclusive bars, spas, shops and restaurants.

On most dating sites you can increase the chances that your prospective partner will be well-off by searching for those who reside in your local wealthy communities. In many cities and towns, the rich tend to live in particular districts. If you concentrate your efforts there, your chances of meeting someone who fits your desired financial status will increase.

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In the end, it’s true that money doesn’t buy happiness, but money certainly can buy some things that will bring a smile to your face. Finding a financially secure partner is one way to move up in the world, but you’ll also be giving up autonomy and if the finances are sufficiently lop-sided, you’re looking at forever being in the subordinate position, often with a man old enough to be your father. A better use of your time might be to find a man you like, and likes you and let the relationship develop without an agenda. That’s just our two cents.

Are you after a man with money? Or is financial status unimportant to you?

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