Play safe guys x Two easy going guys looking for regular fun, mates with benefits so to say. Love tats, muscled, hairy chest and stubble, don't we all. Prefer someone who can accommodate or prepared to provide a hotel room as the different surroundings adds to our enjoyment but we can accommodate also at times.Like a good wanking session with friends, and would love to restraint a married guy to the bed, hood and abuse him (clean, no pain, just say stop, but I guarantee you wont) edging your cock and watch you beg to give it the final rub, before a deep throat takes every drop you can fire out of that raging hard throbbing cock. If you feel we are the type of couple that interests you then send us a message.Offers advice, information, counselling, support and referrals on health issues, particularly HIV/ AIDS, safer sex and drug use. Provides sexual health and HIV advice in a variety of community settings including bars, youth groups, hostels and temporary accommodation, saunas and massage parlours, etc.Provides training to clients and staff who live and work in Camden.It acts as a non-police reporting site for incidents.It aims to address, act and advise upon specific community safety needs and to promote awareness of LGBT issues within the LGBT community.Prevention of young suicide, for under 35s HOPELine UK is a national confidential support service for any young people (under 35) at risk of suicide, or anyone worried about a young person at risk of suicide.
Investigates crimes relating to race/faith hate, domestic violence, anti-Semitism, homophobia and Safeguarding adults from risk of abuse. If an incident takes place in another Borough that Borough's Community Safety Unit will deal with it.
If you're not sure of who to reach out to in your community, some of the contacts below could help. And if you're finding it really difficult to stay alive, we suggest taking a look at the crisis resources –they includes some UK National 24 hour services that are always available. This page is intended as a self-help tool and is not intended as a substitute for professional services.
We hope that you have strength to continue taking steps towards finding help. Please seek help from a crisis service, doctor or mental health service if you are thinking about suicide.
Quite a lot of straight couples are looking for you – so much so that you have been nicknamed ‘unicorns’ (because unattached people without baggage are so incredibly rare).
Your main four options when it comes to finding partners are websites or apps, saunas, members-only sex clubs and just meeting people on a night out.
Are you thinking about suicide or concerned about someone else? Grassroots isn't able to intervene directly, but on this page you'll find our suggestions plus several helplines, links, and apps that can help you stay alive.