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“I signed up for It’s Just Lunch, and that’s where I met my husband after two years and 30 dates.I found out that one of my girlfriends was marrying her boyfriend who she had met on It’s Just Lunch, too.” When Shaklee told a gay friend of their mutual friend, he mentioned that there weren’t any matchmaking options for gay men in Austin. If they had it for gay men, I’d be your first client.’” she says.Instead, a matchmaker will vaguely describe their physical attributes over the phone, but will focus on their interests, behaviors and three to five things they have in common.“What they look like is probably the least discussed topic,” Shaklee says.Their office isn’t listed and potential clients must go through a phone interview before they’re invited to a personal sit down at the office.H4M even asks clients not to mention that they’re using the service to others.“At some point you have to talk to the experts about what they’re looking for in a service, as well as trends and habits.
“It worked for me and my husband and others, so we tell clients to let the process work for you.” H4M is not cheap, though.
Their online experiences have left them soured because of how shallow it can be.
The photo [on a profile] can be an instantaneous qualifier or disqualifier.” For H4M, members are never shown a picture of their date.
The B-19 trap, she explains, revolves around the guys driving Maseratis and Bentleys, the guys who talk too much about their money and themselves.
“These guys are very hard to match because they are narcissists,” she says, adding in her saucy manner, “So many of these guys are douchebags, plain ole douchebags who are going to be mean to women.” gentleman, on the other hand, are “men who respect women, who are nice, who are generous, who don’t treat women like commodities, and not somebody who’s just looking for hookups.