Lia S wrote:I’m in love, and she is very much in love with me. She cares very much about communication and respect for boundaries, she loves taking care of me emotionally (and I love taking care of her), she has amazing writing talent, she is super cute, she is a lovely flirt, and I’ve never seen someone be THAT much in love with me. That’s the good news.
The bad news is that we’re on the west coasts of different continents, and that is only the first and most obvious of the complications, which I’m not going to list here. We won’t consider us “a thing” until circumstances change, and I don’t see how that would happen. Well, I have hope her episodes of suicidal thoughts will stop, she is doing better than before and I expect her to receive help soon, but that is the one complication that isn’t keeping us apart.
Things are complicated, but it is wonderful to know each other, we enjoy having what we do have.
Lia S wrote:Someone I don’t know is building a very, VERY lgbtaiq+ friendly dating site. It lets you define your own pronouns (if you want to)!
So, if any of you are single, or polyamorous, or just looking for friends, there already are 122 members to choose from (wow!) and I’m one of them (WOW!). That’s more members than there are nice people on OkCupid.
I think I remember reading the owner didn’t want the link spread too far just yet, so if you want to know where it is, send me a PM.
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