What we're about
If you're looking for meaningful family-like friendships with other monogamous LGBT Couples, we invite you to join our MeetUp group.
Why join us? If you're a busy professional couple like us, you already know it's a challenge meeting **quality** LGBT couples. Sure, there are lots of other LGBT Couples groups. But with almost all the others, you create superficial acquaintances. At ours, the goal is you create **meaningful** family-like friendships.
Our brunch group meets the second weekend every month (sometimes Saturdays, sometimes Sundays). We keep our Brunch MeetUps **very small** so everyone gets a chance to really know each other. In this way, we've met some really nice LGBT couples and forged a strong family of friends.
The emphasis is on **quality** not quantity. If you're looking for a large group, this is probably not the group for you.
Our group is deliberately held at around 15-20 LGBT Couples. As we accept new members, we routinely winnow out non-attendees. If you don't attend at least one brunch in a 4-month period without prior explanation, you'll most likely be removed from the group.
TO JOIN, PLEASE DO THESE:
(a) Please be aware that we do require an actual pic of you before we join you into our group.
(b) And please be sure to tell us a bit about yourselves.
(c) Please be willing to share your cell# before we accept you into our group. Your cell# is not shared with others without your permission and we only use your cell# to communicate about upcoming brunches. When we receive your application, we'll contact you through MeetUp requesting your cell#.
A BIT ABOUT US:
We're Dan and Aman. We've been together for over 21 years and have been married ever since it became legal. We both have professional careers. Dan is in charge of Finance at his company. Aman used to be in charge of Operations at his before he decided to hang up his own shingle. Looking forward to meeting you.
Dan & Aman
Also, VERY IMPORTANT:
The emphasis of this MeetUp Group is cultivating a family-like atmosphere. This means *everything* the word "family" implies, including care, respect and support. Examples of UN-family-like behaviors include
(1) RSVPing but not attending;
(2) acting in a way that feels disruptive or disrespectful to other members; etc.