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GayinAustinTexas.com Happy Hour – July 2015

Jul 01, 2015 No Comments by

Whether you’ve recently moved to Austin, or are a current Austinite looking to expand your social circle, we invite you to join us for the GayinAustinTexas.com Happy Hour! 

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Don’t Drown in a Sea of Summer Pool Parties

Jun 28, 2015 No Comments by

By Tammy Shaklee, Founder, He’s For Me Pool party INVITE!!! You receive via text, social media, email, word of mouth, or an annual holiday weekend tradition. You get an image from the first mention. You are perhaps already hearing “Shut Up and Dance” or even the Beach Boys in your head. You start to envision […]

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Equality Party TONIGHT at Highland Lounge

Jun 26, 2015 No Comments by

Congratulations America!! This Historic Moment was long delayed and so was the celebration. Join us at the official GayInAustinTexas.com EQUALITY Party at Highland Lounge today starting at 8:00 pm. It will be THE place to celebrate the decision tonight in Austin, TX! We will be raffling champagne bottles and the party will go on until […]

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Go Ahead, Have a Spring Fling

May 20, 2015 No Comments by

By Tammy Shaklee, Founder, He’s For Me I know, I know, one can get a little nauseous with the overly-romantic references to love. Whether it’s around Valentine’s, other milestone holidays, and even Spring, with love in the air. But as a certified matchmaker, I can tell you, trends on love and seeking love can be […]

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50+ Non-Drinking Things to Do in Austin at Night

Apr 25, 2015 No Comments

Go out, get drunk, and wake up with a hangover. Feel like your weekend routine doesn’t change and you’re going to the same places in Austin? Check out our list of 50+ non-drinking things to do in, and around, Austin! Just as a quick note – Always call ahead to make sure these places are […]

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3 Reasons Gay Men Never Get a 1st Date

Apr 16, 2015 Comments Off on 3 Reasons Gay Men Never Get a 1st Date

By Tammy Shaklee, Founder, He’s For Me As the “Gay Matchmaker” who introduces compatible men seeking a long-term relationship, my team and I work on coordinating the details of a first date on a daily basis. We are essentially “love agents” who represent our clients, and take the guesswork out of how, when, and where […]

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He’s For Me: Austin’s First Offline Gay Matchmaking Service

Mar 26, 2015 No Comments

Austin is topping the lists  these last few years.  Lists of “Best place to/for…..(fill in the blank).”  Dating-related stats often top the list.  Even when I moved here, now 10 years ago, I too was filled with hope, optimism, and near giddiness that I would meet “the one” in this growing city of singles.

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Austin’s Gay Sports and Social Clubs

Mar 25, 2015 2 Comments

Joining a gay sports league is one of the easiest ways to meet people and build a group of friends here in Austin. No matter your athletic ability, there’s a group that will be a match and welcome you to play with their team.

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Meeting Professionals in Austin – Straight, Gay, and Progressive

Mar 24, 2015 No Comments

A few months back I attended my first Downtown Austin Urban Happy Hour. I’ve heard people talk about this happy hour and I was looking to expand my circle of friends to include a few more straight professionals, so I definitely wanted to check it out. I was a little curious how the happy hour […]

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Why Gay Men Are Moving to Austin?

Mar 23, 2015 Comments Off on Why Gay Men Are Moving to Austin?

After my first year as a “Gay Matchmaker” I know I should slow down long enough to share my observations in possible trends and current behaviors of the local LGBT community, the exclusive community in which I choose to serve individuals through my company designed by a straight ally aligning with the pro-equality movement.

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