Morning... Kind off, still sleepy.

Here's a q. Do you ever stop looking for more new potential partners? If so, when? And when looking back, what are the things you found your looking for? Ever surprised yourself?

And with this light questions, I'm going back to nap..

@JoshRollins I spend a lot of time on graduate school obligations - internship, research, dissertation - so I don't have a ton of time and energy for multiple relationships. This might change for me in the future, but for now I feel polysaturated with my husband and other partner. I'm not actively looking for new connections.

@poly_pockets and when you do, what does it seem like you keep getting back to? Or does it change?

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@JoshRollins well, I don't have enough experience to have identified a pattern. I think the number one thing I look for in a potential partner is someone who listens to my point of view and demonstrates overall respect for me and my bodily autonomy. The guy I'm seeing now, I had met him at parties a few times and thought that he was funny, attractive, and easy to talk to, but I didn't give him a second thought until he asked me about the movement and really listened to what I had to say.

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