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“We always send out messages like this to users who are in places where there is an elevated level of risk”, said Harrison-Quintana at Grindr.EIPR and Amnesty International said most of the arrests were unrelated to the concert - some people were arrested in public spaces and others were “entrapped” via dating apps.

The flag was raised last month at a concert headlined by Mashrou’ Leila, a Lebanese rock band whose singer is openly gay.Your first date might not be the time to talk about work stress or emotional issues with your father.Spend time in the beginning getting comfortable with each other and slowly open up.Some of Grindr’s tips include letting people know where you are going before meeting someone, checking if you have mutual friends and trying to meet virtually first through video so you know who you’re meeting.While homosexuality is not outlawed in Egypt, discrimination is rife.Connecting with someone you like can be an overwhelming experience in its beginning stages.

Take your time getting to know one another and let the details of your life and your emotions unfold naturally.

“The government is taking the flag incident as an excuse to issue a larger crackdown on the community,” said Abdel Hameed.

Reporting by Heba Kanso @hebakanso, Editing by Ros Russell; Please credit Thomson Reuters Foundation, the charitable arm of Thomson Reuters, that covers humanitarian news, women’s rights, trafficking, property rights, and climate change.

Since everyone's waiting to be approached, there's no one doing the approaching; which is why it's not uncommon to go to a gay party and see everyone standing around in their own corners like at a middle school dance. Find a guy you like and try starting a conversation. Now that you're ready to walk up to a guy, what are you going to say to him?

To many gay men, the thought of doing this is terrifying, but with practice it will get more comfortable. Well, in my experience two angles work best: breaking the ice and then finding something in common. Find something unique about him (article of clothing, jewelry, hair style), then comment on it. Instead of saying, "I like your hair cut" try phrasing it in a way that will make him smile or continue a conversation.

It was a rare public show of support for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) rights in the conservative Muslim country, and was met with a swift zero-tolerance response.