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Getting The Most From A Gay Sauna Experience:
There are Gay Saunas located across the UK, with like most things more saunas being located in big urban areas, so there are lots in London, lots in Manchester and then one or two in or around most major cities across the UK. If you are new to the practice of visiting a gay sauna, then you might be slightly hesitant – when it comes to getting the most from your experience, what to do, what to say, how to get what you want, or what is often called Gay Sauna "etiquette".
This is just a quick blog to remove any apprehension of going to a sauna they are often really great places to explore, especially if you take a Gay Escort with you!
Essentially a Gay Sauna is very much like a spa, just with added groping by strangers! They often offer a calm and friendly lounge area, where you can sit back and relax, this area is a great place to just hang around if you are not yet brave enough to make your way into the sauna proper. The lounge is a great way to chatting to fellow sauna goers which can make your sauna experience slightly more personal. There will be a selection of hot tubs and Jacuzzis, as well as steam rooms, saunas and solaria. Some saunas offer dark rooms, play rooms or other specialist areas – to go in, or not, is always entirely your choice. As is everything that happens in a sauna, if at any point you are not comfortable or want to stop – then stop.
As soon as you decide to leave the lounge are and enter the sauna rooms your first stop is the changing rooms. You will find that the majority of people are happy to visit the sauna naked, but this isn't essential, if being partly covered with some trunks makes you comfortable, then that is perfectly acceptable. Overall the saunas are very dark, this is all part of the sauna experience - you are more likely to feel your sauna companions than see them. Being prepared, and how you fasten your towel, can make or break being felt up; a popular choice when wearing a towel is to fold it in half length-ways, and then around your hips, making it shorter. Wearing it low upon your hips makes for a far sexier look than just throwing the towel around yourself.
If you are finding the saunas a little too dark, then heading to one of the hot tubs may suit you better. Seat yourself next to someone you like the look of, and be prepared to get attention everywhere! If someone which you don't like starts to touch you, just knock away their hand. This also goes the other way; if someone knocks your hand back, then make sure you are respectful of their wishes, and do not take it personally. Also, bubbles hide a multitude of sins, so hot tubs are a great way to just sit back and enjoy your sauna experience. Now, if you are lucky enough to find someone you do want to take things further with, then most saunas do offer private rooms. These rooms are not the Ritz! You will pretty much get just enough room to rub yourself up on your new friend. Above all, go in with an open mind, play safe, and relax, to ensure a great gay sauna experience.
Gay saunas on the whole are a good experience, there is however etiquette to observe and if you are getting attention from someone you would rather not it can be a little awkward to extricate yourself from the situation. Similarly you may feel an obligation to ‘return any favours’ you may receive in a sauna. For a completely satisfying Gay Sauna experience take one of the Gay Escorts from sleepyboy.com with you, they can show you exactly what to do and give you exactly what you want. See who is available now at www.sleepyboy.com
A Gay Guide to Swansea
Swansea, often overshadowed by its bigger, brassier neighbour, Cardiff, is a small jewel of a holiday destination which has a number of pleasures for the gay visitor.
In fact, Swansea University recently won a stunning accolade - being named as one of the most LGB friendly universities in the UK. The claim is made in the Stonewall University Guide, 2015, a highly researched and reliable guide to places where LGBT individuals will find a welcome. In fact, Swansea have scored 9/10 meaning they are in the top three of Welsh universities and top 20 nationwide.
Swansea - people and places
Swansea really is a small place, around 170,000 inhabitants, some of them students, so you start to feel at home very quickly. It's also quietly, but justifiably, proud of its famous sons and daughters who include:
Catherine Zeta Jones
Gay icon - need we say more?
Poet, drinker, roisterer, the man who wrote 'Do not go gentle into that good night...' and a Swansea boy through and through. You can visit a number of key Swansea locations in Dylan Thomas's life, including his family home and the Grammar School he attended.
Russell T Davies
From 'Queer as Folk' to Dr Who, this Swansea-born writer is not just a driver of popular culture but he's quietly and comprehensively changed the way LGB characters are represented in the UK - Torchwood, for example, deals extensively with bisexuality and relationships in a way that just hadn't been seen before Captain Jack Harkness hit our screens.
OMG Swansea has recently moved its LGBT fun franchise into Swansea, showing that the gay community is really making its mark on the market, whilst The Kings Arms is exceptionally gay friendly and Liberty's has its own LGBT following.
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So, Swansea and camping … what's the deal? It's simple - the Gower peninsula, one of the most beautiful coastlines in the world - is just a short drive from Swansea. Now camp and camping might not be your idea of fun, but there really is a campsite for everyone. We particularly favour the Three Cliffs Bay Campsite, which is as wild as you can imagine, you can pretty well only trek in on foot, through forests, fording streams and over sand dunes, passing craggy castles and spotting all kinds of wildlife. But once you are arrive, the ruggedness stops - you don't even have to camp; it's possible to rent a little shepherd's hut or a cottage to stay in, and there are opportunities to wine and dine on sight.
Gay Outdoor Club - West Wales (Swansea)
If you're the outdoor type, then the Gay Outdoor Club (GOC) West Wales branch might be a great place to contact before your Swansea break. They offer country walks for the LGBT community of around 6-8 miles, through some of the most stunning scenery of Wales, plus regular shorter walks and cycle rides as well as social events and they are always glad to welcome visitors.
We hope this little guide helps you make the most of your time in this very popular Welsh City.
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A Gay Guide to Leeds
In a 2007 survey, Leeds was named as the fourth most gay friendly city in the UK - a fact which might surprise you! So what makes Leeds such a great gay venue?
The Leeds LGBT Pride has been running since 2006 and has more than 32,000 people attending last year and it grows dramatically year on year. It's a held on the first weekend of August so in 2016 it will be 6 & 7 August.
The event usually begins on the Saturday morning in Millennium Square with a live music performance, lots of speeches and some LGBT market stalls, then at 3pm the Pride Parade sets off, trailing through Lower Briggate and The Calls, where the main 'gay village' is to be found. The day ends with a huge street party and funfair with many people managing to party from the afternoon through to the early hours of the morning.
The Leeds Gay Village - GayLeeds
Leeds has a great gay village - the word most often applied in such situations in vibrant but that's hardly a fair description - GayLeeds is exciting, in-your-face and very friendly. Based around The Calls, near the River Aire, and Lower Brigitte it was formerly an industrial area and like most gay villages it has created a high degree of urban regeneration with lots of upmarket offices, bijoux flats and restaurants/bars/clubs.
Whilst it's not the biggest gay village in the UK, it is really lively gaybourhood and offers everything you could need for a great weekend or even a week.
Gay Leeds Tourism
Lees is barely recognised as a great cultural centre, but for those with an interest in the UK's industrial heritage there are a lot of exciting and well-restored factories, steam engines etc to have a look at.
- For those who don't have a background in the industrial revolution, there are still some great tourist attractions. First off, the Grand Theatre, right at the heart of Leeds. Designed by James Robinson Watson, it opened in November 1878. It's fair to say it's a bit of a mish-mash, architecturally, but it's a really great mishmash! The outside of the building blends Romanesque and Scottish baronial styles - (think Gladiator in tartan) while the interior is pure Gothic. It holds around 1,500 people and hosts world class performances by Opera North amongst others. It's a definite 'don't miss' venue and if you're lucky enough to be in Leeds when there's a great show on, you'll find the crowd as entertaining as the acts.
- Roundhay Park its one of the biggest city parks in the UK at nearly 3 km2 and it offers a range of environments from parkland to lakes, formal gardens and woods. There are a collection of glasshouses that host one of the largest collection of tropical plants in the UK. Roundly Park also houses Tropical World, where visitors can walk through a rainforest and explore the world of tropical wildlife at night, finishing off with a desert trek.
Gay Leeds Nightlife
Queen's Gate claims to be the only 100% gay bar in Leeds - it's quite difficult to see how that statistic can be proved, but it's definitely extremely gay friendly. Very young and cool in profile, Queen's Gate is open late most nights and on one Saturday a month it's open doors until 6am for the party-hardy crowd.
The New Penny, situated at the end of Call Lane, claims to be the UK's longest running gay venue. Back in 1953 it was called the Hope and Anchor and was a highly secretive club for those in the know, but today it's a proud gay pub with a forward looking attitude as well as a long history of gay activity.
Gay Escorts, Bi-Sexual Escorts & Transgender Escorts in London, Manchester, Leeds, Birmingham & The whole of the UK
A major change has taken place in the last five years, where you can see an increasingly obvious decline of the gay escort in London and the gay escort in the UK. The reason for the decline of the male escort on the streets is the increase of the internet's popularity. There are many reasons the gay escort in the UK has moved business online. A bi escort in London can feel more secure and can find far more clients online amongst many other reasons.
With the popularity of the gay escort in the UK and the openness of the gay community, there are many homophobic gangs which harass popular spots where one can find a gay escort in the UK. The same is said for the bi escort in London. Though the bi escort in London isn't gay and doesn't focus only on males, they are often harassed by anyone that disproves of their acts. The internet offers a safer place where both a bi escort in London as well as a gay escort in London can do business without the worry of being harassed or tormented based on their sexual preference.
Also, the bi escort in London can find a lot more business by posting an ad online rather than standing on the street where they once were. The bi escort in London also has a place in many of these online websites. The online world offers many customers that may have been uncomfortable or unable to approach a gay escort in London to do it in a more discreet and secure way. Instead of asking inappropriate questions, especially for first timers, a client can look at what the bi escort in London offers and then contact them for service. When approaching a gay escort in the UK usually happens in a quick manner and the client cannot fully look at them or communicate with them, and the internet provides the client with as much information and images as the client may feel they need.
A male escort can work online in several ways. The most popular is finding a gay escort in London website which offers ads which can be posted. The male escort then creates an ad with pictures, personal information, measurements, services they offer, and prices. This makes the shopping and searching much easier. Once the connection has been made and the male escort and client are in contact they can determine the place and time to meet. From there they male escort gets their payment and its 100% for them. A gay escort in the UK can find ads online anywhere from the very inexpensive to extremely pricey, depending on the traffic in the website.
The other way that a male escort can find work online is through an agent. Very rarely does a gay escort in London actually have a "pimp" as they tend to work alone or with an agency. The agency is a great way for a gay escort in the UK to find business and to keep it consistent. The way it works with an agency is that the client looks through the different pictures and chooses a male escort. Then based on the location, services, image, and personal preferences they choose a gay escort in London. Once they find what they need, they contact the agency and set a time of meeting and location. When the male escort finishes their work and takes the money, they give a percent to the agency and keep the difference and any tips. The percent is determined based on the popularity of the agency.
Thought you can still find a gay escort in London on the streets, there are far less today than there were 5 years ago. The internet has taken over and is controlling the male escort market. Whether through an agent or working on their own, the male escort can do business in a safer and more secure manner online.