I saw ur profile and i love what i read and saw about you. I am very affectionate and i love to please my girl. He viewed my profile, so out of curiosity, I viewed his, and it's filled with references to his husband and his 9 year relationship and how he's only looking for friends and hook ups because he's in a committed relationship, which, as easy going as I am, makes me really kind of uncomfortable.
Im open minded and open to anything like friendship or more if it leads to that. Well, his ex is from my town and I guess he's back here for a couple of months for some reason, and he's on the same phone app for cruising bears that I am.
Like anywhere, there are pros and cons to dating in New York City. People from every country, culture, and background can be found in this city, so singletons never have a shortage of potential dates to choose from.
From my personal standpoint, here’s my list of likes and dislikes. Who cares if I’ve never really clicked well with typical, all-American boy types?
It just means they enjoy being thoughtful to themselves and live in their own world.
They examine the environment and reflect on their inner thoughts.
I told him that while his ex was still living near him, I don't mind if they continue being friendly/intimate/whatever because I'm not very possessive and it doesn't make a huge difference to me since we're so far away from each other at the moment.
My guy broke up with his boyfriend a few months ago and said he wanted to get serious with me, whenever we could manage to move somewhere together, as I've mentioned before.
The other night, Michael had asked a question about which superpower would make life easiest.
Introverts aren’t anti-social: While it’s true an introvert won’t choose to go out to social events every day of the week, it doesn’t mean they’re necessarily anti-social.
I agree that it would be reasonable to mention it to your dude but anything accusatory would be out of line and unlikely to have a positive response.