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When we looked into the data for women, we were surprised to see height exaggeration was just as widespread, though without the lurch towards a benchmark height: These are the average weekly unsolicited message totals by height; you can think of these as the number of times a person is “hit on” out of the blue each week on Ok Cupid.

So that helps but like in general if it’s like super frustrating and terrible. I felt like when I put bisexual, women wouldn’t date me and men just wanted to offer to have a threesome with me. I’ve also dated lesbians who were super paranoid that I was going to cheat and did date me but the relationship wasn’t good because they were very insecure whenever I was talking to guys or friends with guys, and actually more worried about me being with guys than other queer women. So I went to look at her profile and at the top it said no bisexuals. Dana Piccoli: It’s not like as if you stopped on the way to like meet a guy.

Like you saw him on the side of the road and like pulled over.

Ali: [laughs] But I’ve also had a straight male friend call me once and I thought he was totally with it and he’d never had a problem with anything, but he called me up and he’s like, “I have been listening to the radio.

Dana: Have you ever had a lesbian not want to date you because you’re bisexual, and have you had the same sort of circumstance with a man? Dana: This conversation makes me wish I was drinking. Like there’s something almost like irrevocably harmful about that to a lot of lesbians. And maybe it is a stereotype but I mean even when I switched over to say that I was gay I lot more attention from women but I still got some attention from men too, from couples. If you write that you’re bisexual you get a lot of messages from couples wanting you to be their—so, but you know, I’m not just saying you go for it, do it, but I’m looking for a long-term and honest relationship. I’m going to make end rows.” And I was going to go meet her and I get stuck in traffic. Something is wrong.” And she sent me this long letter about why and like it was all about this ball of paranoia.

It’s very frustrating to have straight men be your ally. You’re not the people I want to sleep with most of time.” Like why can’t this be the other way around?

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