4 comments on “Queer Dating – Part One – Online Do’s And Dont’s

  1. I have no idea what I’ll be doing when I get back into the dating game. (I’m holding off on dating as I start T and body begins to change its appearance. Met too many people transitioning who lost their partners and spouses because of it.) I will, however, be staying away from online dating–it has become too much about what we want, setting standards too high, and if they have one or two details we don’t like, we think they’re not the right one. While I do believe compatibility is a big issue to consider, online dating seems about we want, and not about what we’re willing to give. I won’t tell about my junk until things get serious, to avoid chasers and fetishists. If the girl is serious about a relationship, she’ll work with this. If she’s not, we’ll break it off.

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  2. Wow, I had no idea there was so much confusion and hostility out there, thank you for highlighting the issues. I am a straight, married woman who has no knowledge or experience of online dating, but I am curious to learn about people around me (without being rude or outright nosy). I do have friends and family members who are LGBT, and their experiences of the world are all very different and unique. Lots of stories for my fertile imagination and future books! 😉

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