is a news and pop culture site that has a large community of queer lady geeks, and they occasionally host a speed-dating night at local bookstores that brings in a lot of good people.In that same vein, it might be fun to take the search offline and check your local women’s bookstore for queer events— here in New York we have Bluestockings bookstore, which has book readings and open mics going on almost every night of the week (and there are many sexy librarian-types usually in attendance.We'll offer tips and resources to create personal growth and relationship success.Our needs are unique, everything is different when it comes to dating, sex and relationships - join us for solid advice to elevate your satisfaction in dating lives, loving partnerships and fulfilling sexuality.
Last week, my boyfriend went snooping on my phone, even though it was well hidden, and read some of my conversations. I don't know why you felt the need to keep the app hidden, but my guess is that it's because you knew he wouldn't approve.
I’ve even scored a few dates with geeky girls from there!
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Now he's pissed and says being on Grindr is "cheating." I say it's just fantasy. --Un-app-ily in Love, 31, New York City Who's right? Forget about questioning who's right and who's wrong in this situation.
Instead, sit down with your man and have an authentic about the real reason you're sexting total strangers. Whatever the reasons are, be open and honest about them, and work toward building his trust back.