What's funnier than receiving an extremely cringeworthy message in your inbox? Blowing it to pieces with a fake orgasm, maybe...
This is something I've read a lot about recently. The LGBTQ-every-other-letter-under-the-sun-because-I've-lost-track community wanting to be accepted in society, while not quite accepting those we don't believe pass some sort of imaginary gay test. Bear with me with this one. Some four/five years ago I went to Manchester on a trip with college, where we found … Continue reading We want to be accepted… but only invite who we ‘believe’ into the gay club
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When I was younger, I felt the need to tell my family and friends that I was gay. Why? Because that was what seemed like the right thing to do. It's time we eliminate that feeling of difference.
Some time ago now I was talking to this 'woman' from the army. Danni* was 39, supposedly quite high up in the ranks and seemed to spend her time bossing everyone else around. I'm going to have a guess that I met her on Tinder because it seems so long ago now that I can't … Continue reading The army catfish.
Much to your surprise no doubt, I've only ever had one one night stand. And to tell that tale, I'm going to paint you a picture similar to an awkward rom-com. It's a Wednesday night, I'm eager to drink myself into oblivion and I'm sat at home messaging my friend Dan* online. He's possibly the … Continue reading An intimidating one night stand.
Once upon a time I was seeing this girl for ever-so-slightly selfish reasons. I was being paid to write about dating and somehow this girl struck up a conversation with me. Now, this was so long ago now I can't even recall which at-the-time lesbian app/website it was. Nevertheless, we meet up, she comes back … Continue reading Ever wondered what it would be like to have sex with a mute?