Have you ever heard of the free online dating site, OKCupid? One of the Harvard math nerds behind it is an acquaintance of mine, so I’ve followed its growth over the years. Recently they started blogging about the data they’ve amassed on people’s dating habits. A post about how your race affects the rate of replies you receive caught my eye. Their initial post was on heterosexuals, but they took a close look at the same-sex numbers as well. Continue reading
If you are in Los Angeles and are gay, Asian, at least eighteen, or any combination of the previous, you have been to this club. Or at least have heard about it. Or slept with someone who has slept with someone who has walked by it.
Is it just a game, boi?
Right in the heart of West Hollywood stands a club between what gays love the most: an American Apparel store and a pizza parlor. A lot of gay veterans have a love/hate relationship with this club, but when it comes to it, on a Friday night and there’s nothing else to do, I’ve probably seen you getting nasty on the dance floor with the under-agers or smoking a cigarette with the Korean boy-banders on the patio.
Posted in Party
Tagged Asian-ness, dance, free drinks, gameboi, gay clubs, LA clubs, potato queen, Rage, raves, rice queen, sticky gaysians, WeHo, West Hollywood
Michelle Krusiec and Lynn Chen in Alice Wu's Saving Face
My friend Quentin invited me to Queerious and explained that the blog could be anything from queer identity to what a lesbian usually eats for breakfast. For my first blog, I thought about my most recent and new experiences in my queer life. It’s been quite a queerious journey since I first opened myself up to the same sex in my early twenties. Since then, I have been happily exploring my limits and tastes in my ever richer sexual identity now well into my early thirties. Continue reading
Posted in First Date, Turning Me On
Tagged asian women, Asian-ness, fluid, lesbian, personal growth, potato queen, queer identity, queerious, rice queen, sex, sexual preferences, sluttiness, sticky gaysians, white women