Dating someone genderqueer
She's very androgenous looking, though not outwardly non-binary My SO, on the left. It has been pointed out to me that I tend to think butch people are cute- which tends to freak out the guys I'm friends with or my lipstick lesbian friends (who like femme lesbians).I'm sorry this is not exactly the answer you were looking for, as I don't expressly define as skoliosexual- I just kind of am that way.
What features on a person make you do a double take and go "wowza"?I have a really supportive family and group of friends so everyone has reacted well.As for people I find attractive, I'm finding that I'm not nearly as attracted to others since entering a relationship with me SO, but not long before we got together I drooled over this image. While my sexuality (as far as who I actually choose to date) is a little more specific, I admire anyone - male or female, cis or trans* - who plays with gender in any way. I was especially intrigued by this link someone posted here a while ago. For me, it’s all about the correlation between raw attraction and companionship.Are there any SFW examples of pictures of non-binary people that you find particularly attractive? Are you "out" to people as skoliosexual, and if so, how have they reacted?Are there any other aspects of being skoliosexual that you think are worth commenting on?But your issue might also be in finding the right partner. I define as a lesbian, but a few people I've dated have been FAAB and non-binary (another genderqueer person and a genderfluid person who used she pronouns, and my current partner, who is GQ and uses "they" pronouns). And I was attracted to butchy women (think Ellen De Generes or Rachel Maddow). Short hair, cute eyes, don't look particularly feminine but not enough to be completely masculine- count me in!Maybe you just need to find a guy that knows how to (and wants to) play the female role. If people ask me what my orientation is, I'll usually say "lesbian, but the person I'm dating is genderqueer."Back when I was denying my sexuality (ahhhh, middle school~), I convinced myself that I was attracted to boys.... Since you asked for some examples: MK Nobillette, American Idol participant who caught my eye.She can express herself without fear of being feminized or needing to overcompensate her masculinity.Perhaps fully transitioning to male would make you feel more free to express yourself, since everyone around you would accept your role as the "man" more often.After all, it's based on the male/female binary, but if I'm not either, does it make me straight or gay to like (1) male people, (2) female people, (3) other nonbinary people??TIL a word that describes me a tad better than pan.