Adding something like this to your profile should do it: "My preferred form of sexual relationship is the friend-with-benefits situation.I go on Grindr looking to make friends who could, at least potentially, be sex partners, but I like to do the friend thing before the sex." Grindr is an app designed and marketed to facilitate hookups, but some people have found friends, lovers, and husbands on the app (usually after hooking up first).But barring the fact that you have the sex life of a single, agoraphobic shut-in, long-distance relationships can be totally great, as long as you're both serious about it. You could literally take a different picture of your boobs every day from the exact same angle and he would save every single one of them. Your boobs would become a fixed cost in his life because he'd have to start paying for monthly cloud storage.2.Here's how to be a great long-distance girlfriend (but a lot of these go both ways). You (both) need to make an effort to check in regularly. Unfortunately, since you're not always there to know what they're up to, you have to trust that the other person isn't messing around behind your back.Agree on a movie you'll both enjoy but don't forget to step out of your comfort zone for your partner if there is something they'd really like to watch or get you to see.I wouldn't be able to count how many movies we watched this way together.
It can also help you get to know them that little bit more by paying attention to the types of genres they're into!
I'm a middle-aged homo trying to figure out Grindr.
Is it impolite to go on Grindr if you're not looking for an immediate hookup?
But don't make him feel bad if he can't make a Skype date. Watch a movie together or try cooking the same dinner or play a board game long-distance. Plus, you're building up a lot of sexual tension for when you finally see each other again.
As much as you want to always stay in touch, don't fault each other if you have to skip out every once in a while in favor of drinks with coworkers or a family event. It shouldn't feel like a burden keeping in touch.4. You don't always just have to just talk on the phone. You can still both get some candles and wine, and have a romantic dinner together without being in the same place.5.