This guy I thought was so hot started talking to me and we hit it off. He was a great kisser and it was amazing sex, but we never talked again after that. Honestly I mostly am just proud that I successfully picked up a guy wearing duck onesie pajamas.
I was just beginning my medical transition. I was feeling lonely, so I met up with a guy who had been messaging me on a dating app. It was a bit awkward. I was really into him. We went back to his place for some honestly mediocre sex haha.
I asked after if there was a place nearby to grab a coffee and he offered to make me one. We sat and snuggled for a bit and decided go try to find fireworks it was the Fourth of July. We ended up in Dolores park. We sat down and ended up kissing and cuddling, hardly able to wait to get back to his place again. This experience meant a lot for me at a time of my life where I thought being trans meant I would have to sacrifice true romantic encounters and simply cope with being fetishized and reduced to my trans identity.
It also showed me that there were men who would walk down the street with me, holding my hand, somewhat unaffected by the toxic masculinity that can be fatal for us trans folk. It shaped my expectations for how I wanted to be treated by men and gave me hope that I will actually be able to find someone who respects me and my identity eventually. His name was James. We had to keep going up to the hostel front desk for condoms in what was likely the most conspicuous manner.
I have thought of the night fondly ever since. I asked him why he looked so lonely, which prompted a laugh. We drank, danced, laughed, and made out with each other through the rest of the night. I went home with him and we had great sex. A week later I found out I had chlamydia most likely from him. When I told him, he was surprisingly relaxed — we both went to the doctor and we were both prescribed meds.
After our doctor business, he asked me to come over and watch some Netflix with him, and we genuinely bonded over our temporary STD. We hit it off. But then she called me after her shift ended at 10 p. Defining Moment: When Jackson tells Ally to stand on stage and sing in front of the crowd for the first time — all the feels! Netflix has just confirmed the sequel — huge news! Defining Moment: The final scene at the carnival. Defining Moment: The opening scene where Bridget is swigging wine in her pyjamas whilst singing to 'Jump Around' perfectly sums up the hilarity of this film.
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Defining Moment: Every outfit is a defining moment. True to its name, we'll be watching it again and again and again. Defining Moment: One word: Cher. Yep, so wrong on the gender stereotype front, but Hudson and McConaughey are adorable together. Sorry, not sorry. The next day she wakes up aged 29, with an amazing apartment and a job at her favourite magazine, but with no idea how she got there.
She ditched him after her 13th birthday party to become the queen bee of the mean girls. Defining moment: The 80s soundtrack is awesome, and the dance routine to Thriller tops the lot. And his eccentric friends. So Cameron pays high school bad boy Patrick Ledger to woo her. There are nine story threads, all relationship-based, that evolve over the festive season. To make their engagement look convincing, they have to act as a couple. Defining moments: The singing bits.
And it makes for an epic trying-on montage sequence. Defining moment: The food poisoning scene. Plus, his assistant Emmett Wilson is a much hotter prospect. Plus her dog, Bruiser Woods, is basically an American national treasure. Find out about Emergence on What's On Edinburgh. Murder on the Mile 15th November Rosa 15th November - 16th November Red Rose Productions present Rosa, a one-woman performance that seeks to tell the tale of the remarkably revolutionary figure Rosa Luxemburg.
Find out about Rosa on What's On Edinburgh. Scottish Opera: Tosca 17th November - 23rd November Edinburgh Gang Show 19th November - 23rd November Tim Minchin - Back 19th November Tim Minchin, award-winning comedian, actor and composer, will return to the stage for his first UK tour dates since and you can catch him at Edinburgh Playhouse on 19th November Autumn Moon 23rd November For one night only, The Edinburgh Makars present a medley of entertainment in a variety evening on Saturday 23rd November in the Columcille Centre!
The Musical 26th November - 1st December The Musical on What's On Edinburgh.
White 27th November - 28th November White is a playful, highly visual show for very young children and a perfect first time theatre experience for year-olds. See it at Traverse Theatre in November! Find out about White on What's On Edinburgh.
Unicorn 3. Wes says that they should put the trophy back and Connor says that they should get the here out of there. Sep 16, at a. Kids FREE. Sep 13, at a.
Medea of the Islands 28th November Enjoy a lyrical exploration of motherhood, myth and madness, inspired by the wild seas and folktales of the Shetlands and Orkney, in this modern retelling of the Medea tragedy. Roll up, roll up! Allan Stewart, Andy Gray and Grant Stott are back in a circus-inspired King's Panto spectacular packed full of the thrills, spills, dazzling stunts and jaw-dropping special effects!
Strange Tales 3rd December - 23rd December Filled with intrigue, mysticism, magic, sensuality, and a dash of terror, Strange Tales will draw you into a world full of mischievous fox spirits, yearning ghosts and enchanted swords. Balerno Theatre Company is delighted to presents Edinburgh's first amateur production of the full version of the spectacular musical Hairspray at Church Hill theatre this December!
Short Attention Span Theatre 4th December Short Attention Span Theatre is an evening of short plays written and performed by emerging writers specifically for that event. A Christmas Cabaret 7th December I Can Go Anywhere is a big-hearted call to arms; a Mod anthem to solidarity and acceptance in an increasingly hostile world.
See it at the Traverse Theatre this December! Royal Brunch 8th December Fawna Love presents Royal Brunch! A Christmas Cabaret 14th December Don't miss it! A Christmas Cabaret 21st December It's time to get 'dolled' up and get your skates on because we're heading to Toy Town for the brand new seasonal spectacular from Anya, Kevin, Gary and Bonzo the Dog at The Brunton! Festive Murder Mystery Dinner 21st December Find out about Panto-Crime! A Christmas Cabaret 28th December Comedy Magic Club 28th December - 29th December Have your mind blown as you laugh yourself silly with a line up of the funniest, scariest, and freakiest, conjured up for your delight in our magic comedy club!
Magic Circle Member Kevin Quantum explores the exotic space where science and magic meet. Magic is real.
MagicFest: You Are Magic! Join the fun as we conjure up a magic show from thin air! Thrilling illusions, spooky mind reading, stunning sleight-of-hand, and death-defying escapes.
The Grand Hogmanay Ball 31st December Hogmanay House 2nd January - 5th January The Wildest Tease is bringing the very best in burlesque entertainment to Edinburgh on 24th January, with an absolute incredible cast of both local performers and travelling performers. Oor Wullie 28th January - 1st February Don't miss the the awfy braw brand new musical, Oor Wullie, when it comes to the King's Theatre Edinburgh in January !
The Musical Box returns with a new, never performed show 'A Genesis Extravaganza - Part ii', a performance that any Genesis fan will not want to miss!
Counterfeit Sixties Show 22nd February La Boheme 26th February Madama Butterfly 27th February Back by overwhelming public demand, the award-winning Opera Madama Butterfly returns, don't miss it at Usher Hall on Thursday 27th February! The not-to-be missed musical experience celebrating the music of the incredible Tina Turner comes to the Usher Hall on 28th March! Riverdance: The New 25th Anniversary Show comes to Edinburgh Playhouse in April , immersing you in the extraordinary and elemental power of its music and dance!
Jimmy Carr: Teribly Funny 26th April Joe Bonamassa 27th April Celebrated blues-rock guitarist and singer-songwriter Joe Bonamassa will return to the UK in April to perform at Edinburgh Playhouse. Dita Von Teese 28th April A Country Night in Nashville 1st May A Country Night in Nashville, perfectly capturing the energy and atmosphere of an evening in the home of Country Music, returns to Edinburgh Playhouse on 1st May!
Beautiful - The Carole King Musical tells the inspiring true story of King's remarkable rise to stardom, don't miss it when it returns to the Edinburgh Playhouse in May! Menopause The Musical 2 23rd May Once 26th May - 30th May One of the most celebrated musicals of all time, Once is embarking on its first major UK tour and will make its city debut at the Edinburgh Playhouse from 26th to 30th May Find out about Once on What's On Edinburgh.
Josh Widdicombe 31st May Heathers The Musical 7th July - 11th July Billionaire Boy 10th September - 12th September The Commitments 12th October - 17th October Abba Mania 15th November Dig out those platforms, dust down those flares, join in and enjoy all of your favourites when Abba Mania comes to The Alhambra Theatre Dunfermline on 15th November! Forbidden Stories 15th November Forbidden Stories is a multimedia performance that explores the theme of borders in the separated island of Cyprus.
Catch it at The Byre Theatre on 15th November! Love2dance Annual Show 15th November - 16th December Come along for an evening of fun, talent and festivities! Kirkcaldy Amateur Operatic Society present Big Fish, an extraordinary new Broadway musical, overflowing with heart, humor and spectacular stagecraft! Magic Of Motown 23rd November Get ready for all the hits, glittering costumes, dazzling dance routines and outstanding musicianship in the Magic of Motown, a breath-taking live concert spectacular!
It's time to get 'dolled' up and get your skates on because we're heading to Toy Town for the brand new seasonal spectacular from Anya, Kevin, Gary and Bonzo the Dog at The Rothes Halls! Mother Goose 28th November - 4th January Get ready for the ultimate egg-stravaganza as the biggest panto story ever takes to the Byre stage in Counterfeit Sixties Show 29th November One Night of Queen 1st December Gary Mullen and The Works are guaranteed to Rock You with a two-hour stage show, paying tribute to the stage theatrics and music of Queen at the Alhambra Theatre on 1st December!