Online dating is both a new and old concept in society. There have been online dating sites in the past such as Match.com, but until…
For a new guy you don't want to come across as needy and a burden to text. If he really did fall asleep, it's almost guaranteed that he doesn't want to wake up to 23 texts and 17 emails. You tell yourself those messages were justified because at least you didn't call and interrupt him from doing something important... that would just be rude.
Is the American dream to work hard, or is it just to wait for a prince? It seems like now more than ever people of all ages are trying to find sugar daddies to support their princess lifestyle they've fantasized about. It's a lot easier than saving up and working hard, and slowly but surely the story of Cinderella has turned into the American dream.
I can think of two reasons why straight men hated gay men: they were conditioned to do so in fear that if they didn't scrutiny would be placed on them, or they wanted to be us. Not in the sense that they wanted to be with a man, but that they wanted liberation to be free.
Everybody is a different flower, and everyday we are continuously discovering new details depicting what kind of flower we are. So, as we change our environments and surround ourselves with love and peace, we find balance.
Hollywood preys off of our fantasies and allows us to escape and indulge in the idyllic romance on the silver screen, but why is that romance unattainable? Who said I wasn't worth the love shown in rom-coms? I deserve to be Meg Ryan.
We'll be like the stars and love from afar.
The sound of the wind swept into my ears making it seem as though I was at the peak of the tallest mountains. I could feel my energy shift. I was letting go of expectations that were making me feel trapped. I was releasing myself to the winds of change and I finally felt free.
It's weird and kind of funny in a twisted way. What kept the relationship interesting and fun ended up being the demise and cause of resentment.
How can you value love when it's ubiquitous? Love is in the air like perfume used to be in Hollister.