Gay woman dating
Aimed exclusively at lesbians, bisexual and/or bi-curious women, the Dattch dating app ought to be a shoo-in for the large San Francisco market.So it’s no surprise that the startup – after raising money and honing its product in London – has now launched in the California city. The product emphasises photos — not just profile photos but photos of where someone lives, what they wear, what they like etc.— and thus draws comparisons with Pinterest in user interface.
I live with my long-term boyfriend and am happily settled in a heterosexual relationship. In a world full of labels designed to put people into boxes, I identify, officially, as "mostly heterosexual." But this isn't a label people easily understand. A lot of my sexploits, both male and female, have been selfishly inclined. Since I experience with both sexes, I can often mislead and hurt people of both sexes. I have enjoyed the company of the ladies in my time. We're soft, we smell lovely, and there is none of the fuckboy shenanigans we're used to dealing with when it comes to guys.
We've been dating for more than two years; and while every relationship comes with its share of pitfalls, our partnership is stable, healthy, and I'm sure one day we'll get married. But while women have been on my sexual menu, the sex I've had with them has been mostly experimental: a college girl in her early 20s rampantly exploring her sexuality in a sea of available partners.
This proves problematic for both me and the people I have around me.
I am mostly sexually inclined toward the D, but that doesn't mean I am ALL the time.
Yes, I had a really great time going to bars and clubs and sleeping with women.
But I didn't see myself pursuing anything serious with any of them.