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The study shows that Grindr has led to new ways for gay men to make themselves visible to one another and let each other know that they are available for intimate encounters.As people adapt to this, it changes the rules of the game and creates a new balance in the intimacy of gay dating culture.If you don’t mind sweating a little in front of your date, the beautiful Dyrehaven park, populated by wild deer, is only about 17 km away.The cherry blossom trees at Bispebjerg Cemetery, around 6km northwest of the city centre, are a little closer – it’s a great destination for a springtime date full of selfies.
Disposable barbecues are available to buy at any downtown supermarket, as are hot dogs and marshmallows.If you want to show your date your fearlessness and non-conformism, invite them to join you in looking for Kierkegaard’s grave at Assistens Kierkegård (this guide has more details).After your stroll through the cemetery, if your date hasn’t found an excuse to leave yet, make your way down towards Griffenfeldsgade where you can enjoy a refreshing beer and some Japanese food for thought at Ramen to Bíiru.A good alternative to a warm six-pack is to go for a glass of wine.
Malbeck wine bar has a great selection at its romantic locations in Nørrebro and Vesterbro.
“I found that a lot of people already in relationships searched for sexual partners,” says Kristian Møller, postdoc at the IT University in Copenhagen, Denmark.