Some straight couples there too. This place is amazing! There is lots of space and advanced warning. Lots of big s for play. And the place is major cruisy. There are mirror so you can sit in a and see who's at the sinks or urinals. The paths in the woods near the turnaround are quite active, and well walked. Lots of hot boys wandering around looking for action.
And definitely bring in the LGBT community into it, my lesbians friends always say Pittsburgh is like dating if you're only dating your sisters exes. Everyone knows everyone. Would be an interesting perspective to toss into the mix, instead of a bunch of random straight white girls. And frankly I think Sara is someone who will make a 2nd or 3rd time candidate.
She needs to lose this one to figure that out. I could ask her one question and absolutely break her campaign because she would never answer it truthfully, and I don't really like that. I am also outside the district but think we absolutely need more women in the Allegheny County delegation and her position on opioids has me intrigued.
That being said, I do not think that more female representatives matters. The gender aspect does not matter to me. I understand why it's mostly male, and I'm only willing to make it more female if those candidates make it worth. I don't vote on gender. It means nothing to me. And let's be honest. She's afraid of addressing the concerns of Republicans. She specifically avoids them.
I don't want a person who only courts her supporters to win an election. Normally I would agree with you, and I hated Hilary's attempts at making the campaign about gender, but there is literally 1 women in the Allegheny County delegation to Harrisburg. This is both House and Senate.
We need to find opportunities for more women to serve in Harrisburg.
Not that Sara should win because or has my vote which is impossible because she is a woman but the larger issue of Allegheny County women in Harrisburg is something I don't think should be overlooked. Would you mind sharing some of your questions? You can PM them if you want.
If not I understand. I was thinking of going to her campaign kick off and would love as much info as possible! Since you didn't find any gay people to interview, let me lay the shocking knowledge on everyone that: I was happily living in Columbus until about a year ago. I met a girl on a dating app accidentally while at a concert in Pittsburgh. It was love at first swipe and I soon moved to Pittsburgh to be with her.
She likes to tell people she had to "outsource" to find me. I would love to have included members of the lgbt community and might have to go out of my way to give them an opportunity. I'm going to put in effort to be mindful of this next time - maybe I'll do an Ask Pittsburgh specifically for the lgbt community and their experiences.
They're a part of our city, too. I have quite a few gay friends and from what they tell me, you're probably sugar-coating it. They say that it's really difficult. I feel horrible for them because each one is an amazing person.
Yes, because I don't recognize them from any of the 60 on the apps! But really, I wasn't complaining so sorry if it sounded that way; I just know that likely a gay person would point out the situation I'm describing. I'm hopeful that one of the happier ones is gay and there is a scene beyond the apps that works better. Eventually I'm able to gather enough data from my sample size of dates that I've become a clairvoyant of sorts.
That's hilarious. Your situation sounds like something George from Seinfeld would get himself into. I am not a big fan of the format. The conversations I've had on Tinder feel really forced compared to OKC, mostly because I have a lot less info about the person to work with. I've met a handful of cool people who I am still friends with, as well as a couple of more serious relationships.
YMMV depending on what you're looking for. I wasn't looking for anything serious, but I recently found an amazing woman and we hit if off really well. Not sure how my experience will add to the conversation, but I felt like sharing. I feel like most peoples' experiences will vary, outside of occasionally meeting new people who you share mutual friends with.
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Also, although it didn't make the video, someone did mention not liking OKC because of that very reason. They mentioned it was because people start off conversations like they already know each other and it comes across as weird. I haven't looked at it from that perspective, but it makes sense to me. From my point of view, it was a way to acknowledge that I actually read their profile.
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I mostly only messaged people who I felt that I shared mutual interests with, also. I'm not a great conversationalist, I need something relevant to talk about. I actually have met many of my bros. Some guys don't even know I'm a bro, I'm a secret bro. Yeah a lot of this is correct. My dating life didn't improve til I left Pittsburgh.
Stared to run into friends of friends who knew so and so and so. Got old fast: As a guy who has been married for 5 years and dated the same women 10 years prior, I always thought the dating scene in Pittsburgh was non-existent. Pretty much all women I knew before I met my future wife were either dating someone or not interested. To this day I think it was just me not being the guy they wanted to ask them out.
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