Saw this and thought ‘nothing in common’. Checked it out and I was wrong. I got 2 things in common, that’s a start. Hopefully I’ll have that NYC location in the next couple of years.
When I first started reading this, I thought ‘where does she live?’ & ‘what did she study?’ Living in Florida with a Batchelor of Arts degree, ok. Now I’m no expert on Florida or theater (actually I know nothing) but wouldn’t her degree better serve its purpose if she moved to NYC? Yes, I know it’s expensive to live there & to even move cross country, but NYC is like the theater capital of the country/world (I’m assuming). I’m about to go to college to be a chef, I’m not most creative person but it’s the only thing I have any interest or skill (I use that word loosely) in. I know that this career path doesn’t make a ton of money unless you’re a celebrity chef. I don’t have plans to become one. I Also know for where I live, if I want more job opportunities, I’m probably going to have to move to a big city. Hell for where I live, I’m going to have to move out of state just to study Culinary Arts. Now maybe I just worry more but I thought thinking about life after college was a part of how a person chose their career paths. Anyway, those are my thoughts.
To think only men can be the dominant one in a relationship is so 1950. My mother has a type A personality so she is the dominant one in her relationship. I’m a butch-ish lesbian but I’m more passive so any woman I date automatically becomes the dominant one. Doesn’t mean she is the man. Same goes for male/male relationships. It’s rude to insinuate old fashion views about a person or relationship you’re not in.
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