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To use this website, cookies must be enabled in your browser.To enable cookies, follow the instructions for your browser below.Our first date was at Pure Food and Wine in Gramercy.A year later, it was shut down, but he snuck me into the back patio.I found out later he tried Ok Cupid and Tinder without any luck, so he did a Google search for ‘feminist dating sites’ because he was looking for a particular kind of girl. I was his first date.” —“I had gotten out of a long-term relationship, so I kind of just needed the instant gratification of knowing guys were interested in me.[When I matched with Todd,] our initial conversation was two hours of texting.It was completely abandoned, but he had a table set up with Champagne and asked me to marry him.” —"There was something so charming about his dating profile.He was just honest and talked about how he works at a church.
We ended up Face Timing, and he read a poem that he wrote, which showed some vulnerability and that was kind of cool.
My opening line to each guy was: ‘If your sex life was an animal, what would it be?
’ I got a lot of ‘Dolphin because I am acrobatic.’ One guy said, ‘Raccoon because I am constantly combing through trash.’ When I came across Peter’s profile, there was something about his picture that made me want to take him a little bit more seriously, so I didn't use my go-to opening line.
I Googled it and learned that it was started by this woman who left Tinder.
I thought maybe I would meet a lot of guys who were more open to feminism and wouldn't send me a bunch of unsolicited dick pics.