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    Well, yes, more information is needed to be able to give advice. How old are you? What do you do in life? Work, study? Do you live alone or with housemates? Do you go out with friends much? Do you go out much in general?

    I think you can basically meet guys anywhere you go, unless you're going to female only environments. E.g. knitting club lol I think the most direct way to meet guys for dating is on dating sites. That way you can see their online profile and see if you like the look and sound of the guy. Also, you would know they are actually single and trying to find someone. However, I'm personally not really a fan of online dating because messaging back and forth online takes long. And in most cases there is no connection or you or the guy is not interested. But at the lack of opportunity in other ways it's still good.

    I'm personally a big advocate of meeting people in real life. I enjoyed going to Meet up groups, there are many guys there. There are more guys in male oriented interest groups like coding classes, wood work, etc. I'm not really interested in all those "male" activities though so I wouldn't want to join those groups because I don't want to lie that I'm actually into those things. So mainly I joined general social Meetup groups where people just go out and do things. Like going to the cinema, coffee, walks, etc.

    Also another good way to meet guys is to socialise as much as possible. Accept as many invitations as you can. Even if you meet women instead, don't worry about that because they might have male friends or relatives who you'll meet through them later. Just go out to any parties or events you get invited to with no expectations and just mingle. Try to be friendly to guys and add on social media and things like that. Even if you don't date those particular guys, they might invite you to things like their Birthday party or a barbecue and most guys have predominantly male friends. So you can also meet their friends.

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    DF has the answer.

    Have your gf/sister be your wing woman. Hang out with her and watch and learn. If she attracts guys they always have friends so chat them up and see what happens.

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    Hang out with your friend and use her connections....no brainer

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