Frequently in this column I have blasted guys for the lack ambition, sensitivity and plain old common sense. Maybe it’s unfair to group them all together as a whole but the majority speak for the sex. I say this very sure that it is strictly my own opinion and because mine are very harsh. In this episode I presume to recollect the positive experiences in dating and the men I thought overall were decent individuals. Whether these guys have met their demise or not, I don’t have many bad words to say about them.
First up, Train Boy a decent guy a little younger than me, made up for his age with his giving personality. From him I learned that on some rare occasion’s men and women can be friends. On the downside I’m sure he didn’t understand that I never wanted or expected anything from him. He was used to all women wanting something more in a relationship than what it was. Did he think I would come to
Then there was the African, again a very ambitious man. The thing that stood out the most about him was his culture. His background was deep into
Lastly there’s 6’6, I’ve actually let him keep hanging around. He has been the most aggressive of the few I have been interested in enough to write about in a decent manner. As witty as he is tall he demands my attention and gives me more than I allow him. Another ambitious man I think he may be too giving of his heart too quick. Well, considering the object of his affection who could blame him? He is pushing for me to make something official with him but then what would I write these columns about? I have a good time with him but there are no plans on settling down in the near future.
I have to say a good word for Flash guy. Not previously mentioned in this column, I have known him for years before I moved to NYC. He has offered me a family away from home with his good natured and whole hearted kindness. Again he may want more than I am willing to give but unlike others he doesn’t press and happily takes what I give.
With all this said I am not suggesting that men aren’t the pigs we have perceived them to be for so long. There isn’t enough paper to describe all the stalker-ish behavior I have been subjected to just in the past year of living in