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20 F Montreal, Quebec, CA

My Details

Last Online
Mar 2
5′ 6″ (1.68m)
Body Type
Other, and very serious about it
Cancer, but it doesn’t matter
Graduated from high school
Relationship Status
Relationship Type
Doesn’t have kids, but might want them
Has dogs and has cats
English (Fluently), French (Poorly)

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My self-summary
*Something very important that I shouldn't have to say, but feel that I need to after meeting someone on here is that consent is insanely important! Not just to me as an autistic person, but with any sort of person. If I meet you on a dating site, that is not permission to touch me or attempt cuddling in any way without some kind of permission around that. Do not eat from my plate without permission. Do not show up to my family home without invitation, and then ask to sleep in my bed with me. Apologize if you made a mistake, sure, but know that saying sorry does not automatically get you off the hook, especially if you repeatedly apologize only to do the same things. Do not police my tone if you have done something that you know is wrong. These things should be basic, but unfortunately I need to put it here after a very scary situation with someone I met on here.*

I'm an ENTJ if you're interested in Myers-Briggs stuff. I'm not a super typical extrovert in the sense that most people would think. I tend to get matched with introverts, so don't be too worried if you aren't used to extrovert standards. I actually thought I was an INTJ for the longest time.

I am one of those natural leader types, and I tend to speak to people as if they are my friend after only a few minutes of knowing them. I don't think I'd ever be interpreted as not understanding boundaries, though, because people often feel at ease talking to me after a short period of time as well. However, the longer term friendships / relationships are what I have more trouble with, because I have very high standards for behavior. I tend to loose friends because they have really oppressive opinions or casually make bigoted remarks. I absolutely can not stand to have those people in my life.

I really enjoy gaming, both tabletop and PC. Right now I am running a Minecraft server in which we are attempting to recreate King's Landing, and maybe even other parts of Westeros. I also really enjoy Civilization V, and would love to play online with others, especially if you have the expansions. I'm eagerly awaiting Sims 4 as well.

For tabletop, I enjoy good old RPGs, particularly Pathfinder. However, I haven't had much chance to play in depth. I am enthralled with the concept and would very much like to find a game. Hint hint. I also like board and card games like Munchkin, Carcassonne, Go, and others.

I am a lifestyle sweet lolita. As in the fashion, not the Nabokov book or anime trope. If you are uncomfortable being seen with someone who wears frilly pink things with petticoats and bows, it's best that you not message me. It's a lifestyle, so it's much too deep of an interest for me to change just because someone is closed minded about clothing.
What I’m doing with my life
Hopefully I will be attending Concordia next year for a Bsc in psychology. I intend to go to medical school afterwards, with the goal of psychiatry.

I'm trying to make everything in my life (within reason) match my fashion. I have just moved here so my room isn't the cutest yet.

I'd really like to make friends (or more) and do things! I'm new here so the social life is moving slowly.
I’m really good at
Getting people to give me rude looks in public places.
Taking selfies.
Presenting information. (I present panels at conventions sometimes)
Being polite to people who ask me questions even if I find them a little rude, as long as they have good intentions.
Being kawaii.
The first things people usually notice about me
"Is that a wig?" "Halloween is over!" "Are you Little Bo Peep?" "I really like your clothes." "Mommy, look, a princess!" "Are you in a play?" etc.
The six things I could never do without
Everyone goes down the literal route but despite my tendancy to do that, I'm going with the intended meaning of the question.

-False eyelashes and related adhesive.
-Circle lenses and related eye drops and such.
-Academia, because I can't do menial labour.
-Sun screen, because I'm mixed race and prone to hyperpigmentation.
-My tablet. I rarely leave the house without it because I play Ingress, which is a sort of sci fi modern version of geocaching... sort of.
-Petticoats. The tutu like garment that gives my dresses poof. Yes, now you creeps can stop lifting up my skirt in public without consent.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
How Quebec is seriously racist.
On a typical Friday night I am
Minecraft. Stuff.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I identify as otherkin. It's a thing.

I also have no sexual experience with a female. I tried sex with a male way back in highschool, but that was uninspiring. I'm not a very sexual person, but I am curious about women. I'm not bi-curious, since I am very romantically inclined towards women in my own way, and not at all men, it's just that I don't know what to expect from women, given that queer sex ed is woefully nonexistant.
I’m looking for
  • Gay girls only
  • Ages 18–25
  • Located anywhere
  • For new friends, long-term dating
You should message me if
You want to buy me food.