Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate. I would try searching for them in person, but as of right now I'm in a very conservative city, and even if I went searching for them I probably wouldn't find them. Not all of them are androgynous, exactly, but they sure do try LOL.
Nothing wrong with them, but they just never did it for me.
It's really difficult for anyone with what's considered an 'alternative' lifestyle to be completely open. I'm just wondering where they all are on this and other sites? Nobody here is going to help you find the gender-benders you crave.
I seriously doubt you are going to find a gathering place for "pretty androgynous guys". If you read enough threads you'll discover people of every persuasion are having trouble finding the right person for them and that you are just one of the many.
One sent us an ad that Lee allegedly posted on Craigslist in search of trans women; the other sent us a never-before-seen photo that she says Lee sent her after they started chatting by email. Craigslist personals are removed within seven days of posting, so there's no way to verify what the ad exactly looked like.
Taken together, they present a possible explanation to those who have wondered why such a tame "sex scandal" forced Lee's hand so quickly. But Google does cache index pages on Craigslist, and we were able to confirm that an ad with precisely the same headline was posted on the evening of January 14, which is convincing evidence that the ad is genuine.
But instead of breaking in the bed, he drew me towards him in a way that can only be described as chaste."This will be so much more comfortable," he told me. Fast forward several years, and the conversation that ended our marriage began like this:"There is something I need to tell you – something I have never told anyone before," he said. My parents had a house in Provincetown, MA which was a mecca for sexual freedom and the accessories to support personal choice. At home he gently hung each item in our shared closet.
We were still in the honeymoon phase at this point, literally and figuratively. And then he flat-out said it: "I can only get turned on if I am in women's clothes."this would end our relationship. Even though I knew cross-dressing was not a bad thing, the news struck me like a diagnosis of cancer or depression. Together we even went to a store which specialized in women's wear for men. I looked at his sequins and patent pumps and realized he was better outfitted than I was.We carried the new double mattress up three narrow flights of stairs and he flopped sweaty and red-faced backwards onto it.I imagined him reaching out to me in passion – and he did.When I think of androgyny, I think of the likes of David Bowie, and Tilda Swinton; both straight, yet gender ambiguous in their look. Whatever your intent, your OP does read like a "can you give me what I'm looking for so I don't have to do it? There are some cool, artsy sub communities that could potentially draw the look you describe.I am known myself for at times being pretty androgynous. There is a strong gay community in Long Beach, which doesn't have much to do with cross dressing, but does speak of a more open atmosphere. 9 may be the quickest political downfall in history: It came just three hours after Gawker published a photo of Lee standing in the mirror shirtless, along with a story about how the married congressman dabbled in a little online dating on Craigslist. Hadn't other members of Congress admitted to worse than an unconsummated, PG-13 flirtation and managed to stay in office?