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22 • F • New York, NY
I’m looking for
- All who like bi women
- Ages 18–30
- Near me
- Who are single
- For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating
- Last Online
- Oct 19
- 5′ 6″ (1.68m)
- Body Type
- Judaism, but not too serious about it
- Working on university
- Relationship Status
- Relationship Type
- Mostly monogamous
- Likes dogs and has cats
- English (Fluently), Hebrew (Okay)
Within 2 days of meeting me, someone who's now a close friend said I remind her of Tina Belcher because she's "an awkward sex-positive feminist who doesn't shave her legs." I am consistently the first three things, last one's up for debate.
-Eye contact on subways--the sexy kind,
not the scary kind [although the scary kind can be sexy too, in small doses]
-My beautiful, loyal, superintelligent dog (EDIT: Lava passed away a few months ago, she was 12 1/2. I refuse to take this down because I love her to pieces.)
-New York City, the constant adventure I'm lucky to call my home
(Actual answer: volunteering, hanging out with friends, crawling into bed.)
These days I'm pretty stable and I've grown and learned a lot in treatment (especially communication skills--I can I-statement the shit out of you). I do need a lot of support to get through school and have a shitton of appointments with therapist/coaches to help me with my initiation and executive functioning issues as they relate to written work... Almost always late on some paper (or many papers). I'm very open about what I've been through; it's a large part of my lived experience, and to some extent my identity, but by no means does it define me. If we ever hang out in person I'm going to talk about treatment and whatever's going on for me at that moment. Looking for people who can deal with that maturely, and who care. And/or who can relate.
Don't message me thinly-veiled ableist "compliments" by telling me I don't look like someone with depression or I sound too functional to be "mentally ill". If that's supposed to make me feel good, what are you saying about the people who do fit your picture of mental illness? Also, your first message (or any message, probably) should not consist of asking me which meds I'm on. Unfortunately I get both of those a lot more than you'd think.
My ideal partner/date/friend/whatever:
-is a feminist and/or activist. [preferably] identifies as some sorta queer. not a prerequisite but this is a huge part of my identity that's incredibly important to me. you need to understand and respect it, not just tolerate it. (also, please don't message me saying how hot it is that i'm bi. i'm not bi.)
-thinks about systemic oppression and privilege often
-isn't a huge drinker or drug user
-knows what cisgender means.
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