Dating a straight edge guy
Maybe they think I’m going through a phase with my girlfriends, or they don’t want to rub salt in the no-legal-gay-marriage-in-my-home-state-also-babies-are-more-difficult-to-come-by-with-two-ladies queer wound.Whatever’s going on, I sort of enjoy the decreased pressure on my queer relationships, and wish people would act the same way about straight ones.The thing is, they love my boyfriends, even though I’m incredibly secretive about them too (I’ve never once listed a relationship on Facebook, even when I’m living, and discussing possible futures, with someone), I do some pretty irreligious things with the boys as well, and they’re all writers, activists, or organic gardeners. The difference is that when I’m in a lesbian relationship, I spend hours every day looking at a woman who’s not airbrushed—and to whom I’m still incredibly attracted. My go-to date restaurant charges more for the same salad when I come in with a guy than when I come in with a woman.When I’m with a guy, I’m not getting that reality check and sometimes I miss it. I don’t think that’s an example of anti-straight prejudice—I’m guessing it’s the male cashier’s attempt to flirt with me when he doesn’t think I’m already taken.
” (I also get more smiles from women in three-piece suits, which makes up for a lot.) I’ve only been catcalled twice while walking with a guy. People ask me where my straight relationships are going.
I want to find a man, who DOES NOT drink, smoke, or do drugs, at all. Or does any type of smoking or drugs including weed even if it is for medical reasons.
Last week, we posted this hilarious jugga Love video, with the premise being a dating network for juggalos, who are of course fans of the Insane Clown Posse.
Primarily focuses on maintaining a pure body and conscience by abstaining from drugs and alcohol.
Promotes monogomous relationships (not mariage) and a vegetarian diet (although this is not essential).But this plays into a more serious issue: heteronormativity. So, dating guys is more expensive, reproductively speaking.