Promoted out the dating pool
There aren't any surprises." —Peter, 25 "Along the lines of masc guys saying they don't want fem guys to message them, guys clearly state they don't want 'ethnic guys.' Race in dating, even in 2015, seems like an issue.
Can't you just date me for me and not be turned on/off by my tan skin?
Though I respect that, I still want to find someone in a similar place of coming out.
It can feel like babysitting otherwise." —Eddie, 28 "The biggest struggle that I have while I'm dating is when a guy thinks that I'm ~too young~ to date.
I was becoming attractive, to the point where other guys were staring and had lust in their eyes.
To say I wish I was a big boy again would not be too far from the truth.
People are too quick not to go on a date with someone because of their status or will refuse a second date once they find out.Here's what they had to say: "Growing up, I loved romantic comedies that depicted the happy endings of straight couples.So when I started dating, I viewed what I wanted from those examples.Even though they're absolutely correct, maybe my idea of fun is not being single.
I know what 'wild and crazy fun' is out there, but I already got it out of my system. So yeah, I have every right to want to be with someone." —Tom, 22 "Every guy I've ever met that's my age just doesn't have their shit together.
I feel like a lot of twentysomethings, because of immaturity, aren't as informed about the disease and stigmatize it." —Christian, 27 "If I settle with one guy, delete Tinder, and stay in all the time, am I going to miss out on The One?