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Gay moms & dating Posted on Aug 11, 2007 at 04:47 PM
Hello everyone, I'm curious to know if there is a problem/issue with dating gay moms. Especially with younger children. When everyone reaches their late 30's and 40's, there is an excellent chance of meeting a woman being married to a man and having childeren with him. However, like I said in my profile, we come to our true selves later in life and realize we are lesbian or bisexual and need to meet people like ourselves. The problem is, no one believes we are sincere in this search for our soul mate or whatever and pass over us, thinking~~I don't want an instant family, which is ok,~~however, we like to date and get out every once in a while, it doesn't mean you would meet our kids unless you'd really like to. The rule of thumb is you don't meet your GF's kid until 6 months down the road. So it's all good. This is something to be aware of as all of us begin to reach our middle ages. If anyone would like to share their experience or opinion on this unique twist to lesbian/bisexual dating, please talk about it. What I have to say is, it's tough going it alone. Thanks for humoring this editorial, I do care what you have to say.
Sexual orientation discussion Posted on Aug 05, 2007 at 09:52 AM
Hi, I want to open up a dialogue about what I have noticed on a lot of dating sites. I've become more aware of bi-sexual women posting their profiles. It wasn't quite like that a year ago. I may see one or two but mostly their profiles were low-keyed. What I wonder is...thanks to Marie Claire and other glamerous magazines, being bi-sexual is a trendy way to be these days. Are there true bisexual women on here or some flirting with this side of the fence just to be experimenting? If you are truly bi, I would honestly like to know more about how you make this work? Just food for thought.