Your Facebook name, profile photo and other personal information you make public on Facebook (e.g., school, work, current city, age) will appear with your comment.Five-times-married Jan Leeming claimed in Femail last week that internet dating has given her a new lease of life - and she's not alone. There's more chance of winning the Lottery on a double rollover week than there is of being a woman over 35 and getting a date on the internet. Her brain cannot process the words: 'I don't think you're quite right for me.'LIKES THE FINER THINGS IN LIFE Gold digger. WILLING TO TRAVEL Lives in a filthy flea-ridden hovel that he can't possibly let you see. NORMAL KIND OF GUY Normal in a Norman Bates kind of way. NEVER DONE THIS Have done this a thousand times before, but I'm too embarrassed to admit it, so will pretend that you're my first. Your date will be a riot of whoopee cushions, itching powder and fake-dogpoo-filled fun.
My queerness was driven into the spotlight by my body’s sudden need to find its mate immediately when I was 16.
The ideal situation was the Homosexual Transsexual who’d become a “heterosexual woman” through the process and forget about life prior to transition.
Autogynophiles were understood to be an extreme fetishist where the trans woman would get off to femininity (of both herself and other women).
I’m using them here because they were ways that I and some of my communities joked about and used ironically/half seriously.
I’m also using them to demonstrate the dynamic shift that I’ve experienced since transition. Once upon a time, I was a bisexual/gay/queer/I’m confused boy-ish critter.