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A fiery gay-book-club conversation, then, can act as emotional fluffer, pitting its members against each other and priming them for ecstatic, headboard-rattling makeup sex.
They overshare, or get vulnerable, or play devil’s advocate.
In one meeting you learn the kind of information about a person — their values and capacity for empathy, or their ability to engage differing points of view — that would take at least three dinners.
Book-club meetings are effectively group speed dating.
Garrett, a 25-year-old designer who’s a member of another gay book club, thinks that the book-club environment has all the trappings for seduction: “It’s very late at night when we have these meetings,” he says, “and you’re with these high-powered 20- and 30-something-year-olds in offices with their incredible views.
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On each night you are likely to meet around 20-25 singles like minded who are ready to get on a dating role. During the speed dating, attendees meet other singles within their age range in a series of face-to-face four minute predates.It’s a different kind of mating dance.” Observing that romance will fly in a room of gay men is like discovering that water is wet, but the kind of attraction that blooms over discussion of a book is different than the kind that’s stirred at gay dodgeball or Metropolitan (or, yes, on Grindr).To dissect a novel (the tragedy of ) is to peek into someone’s interior life ten minutes into meeting them.A mutual match occurs when two people indicate an interest in each other.HERE ARE SOME REVIEWS FROM PREVIOUS ATTENDEES: C R -==The warm candle glow invites you to make acquaintance with amiable people from all around town, befriending a room full of smiling faces in the space of five minutes or more.“I remember one discussion we had about a character who was being harassed, and someone had such a callous response that I was taken aback,” says Erik.“I think because you’re talking about fictional characters, book clubs can reveal character traits about people that are otherwise hidden.” There’s an inhibition-loosening abandon to book club: For 20- and 30-somethings a decade-plus removed from freshman seminar, sitting in a room with strangers and talking Big Ideas can feel like a suspension of the rules of real-life gameplay.“Let’s say you’re at a bar,” says Erik, a 30-year-old editor who’s in my book club, “you’re meeting people and just going by looks.But at book club, your intelligence and intellect are on display.It had only been about 14 hours after we’d said our good-byes when the Slack alert popped up on my screen. ” my friend Patrick asked (names have been changed to protect the thirsty).Tom and Patrick were both new-ish members of my book club, a group of about a dozen early-30-something gay men (and one or two straight women) who had just met the night before.