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There are quite a few dating websites out there.. what's makes this one different?

There are quite a few applications and websites out there which are fast and efficient when wanting to arrange a quick hook up with a hot guy; and that's fine. Good sex is important in most people's lives. A lot of us however often feel an emptiness after the sex and the intimate close encounter. The night before it may even have seemed romantic and meaningful. You may both have felt that special connection during your physical time together, as if time stood still and this was the man you was meant to be with – providing it was a good hook up of course! Far too often that feeling has changed the next morning. That special feeling you had has evaporated. The guy is not even staying for breakfast; he's got a lot of things to do that day, he tells you. You politely wave goodbye and that's that. You wonder if the connection your felt was real, did he feel it like you did?

Here on Hot for Adam we are encouraging you to explore your need for feeling that connection and for the opportunities you have in life to do so. We want to help you on your way, giving a more emotionally fulfilling life a chance.

More questions? Check out our FAQ or get in touch with us if the FAQ doesn't give you what you need.

Who runs this site?


Dan SkiliDan Skili is a qualified Dramatherapist, and is a facilitator of Augusto Boal's Theatre of the Oppressed (Forum Theatre and Rainbow of Desire) and Laban Movement. As a Dramatherapist, Dan is registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC), and the British Association of Dramatherapists (BADth). He has been a practising Dramatherapist working with young people, adults and older people in central London since the year 2000.

Dan has several years experience working as a professional director of theatre and facilitator of therapeutic discussion groups with charities Positive East and Studio Upstairs. Dan qualified at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama and Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts, and works as a drama and movement teacher and dramatherapy mentor at The City Literary Institute in Covent Garden.

Dan also recently wrote and directed the critically acclaimed ‘The Machine’ for Pride in London Arts Festival 2015, which invited the audience to discuss topics relevant to the lives of gay men in 2015, in terms of relationships - and general quality of life issues.