One thing that bothers me about online dating is that, on the surface, it seems like a rather cold way to meet someone. Not to mention Okcupid has decided that it only wants to place people in three categories, "gay, straight and bi." I don't fit into any of these. The truth is, I don't identify as gay or bi because it's far too limiting and I would love to live in a world where okcupid and society finally recognizes that. I like to date a wide variety of people. Now some people, particularly heterosexuals and gay men, are uncomfortable with the idea of my sexual fluidity. There's the whole stereotype that sexually fluid people are promiscuous and duplicitous; that they are just confused or going through a phase. I don't really feel that I'm going through a phase. All relationships are phases, really. And I have had a wide variety of them. I claim a queer identity and take people on a case-by-case basis.
By the way, I am a textbook INFP