And I don’t exactly remember what attributes that list (or any of its successors) included.
Something about God’s master plan for me, no doubt. In case you missed it, just thinking about that damn kingfish list got me into plenty of trouble over the years.
My experiences with men over the past three years has really made me want to date from within the community, especially the non-binary community, from now on. Such a glorious day walking in @prideinlondon today with @studentpride !!! 🌈💛🔥 thanks @catandtheodore for the obligatory hand holding picture !!!
rowing up in an evangelical home at the height of purity culture in the 90s, there were all of these rules about what I was and wasn’t supposed to look for in a future spouse.As a femme presenting person within the non-binary and LGBTQ community, and someone who identifies romantically and sexually as queer, this can mean that a lot of thirsty men appear in my DMs. If we’re friends, or dating, and I feel comfortable throwing on a pair of cheap £1 fishnets, I will.We all know type of guy, who thinks he owns the world and is just FASCINATED by the way you look, and we all know his favourite phrases: “Can you wear some heels for me? But dropping me a message at 1 in the morning and asking me to send you pictures of me “dressed as a girl”, is not going to make me get out of bed and stop watching This isn’t even necessarily synonymous with dating, as I do get this question a lot in my day-to-day life.We all know the world of dating is a world that can be a rollercoaster of cocktails, read messages, missed trains and, “Sorry I’ve got a family thing I can’t get out of” texts.But, living as a person who identifies as non-binary, let’s just say there a few extra spanners that are thrown into the mix - and that makes things just a bit harder.