Tons of fish dating


POF is attached to an e-mail I don’t use that much, so I had missed all the other e-mails about messages I’d gotten over the past few months.Funny enough, I guess I was meant to see this particular message, because I logged on and it was a message from the original racist.I can accept some political differences with a person I’m dating, and normally I wouldn’t really care who you voted for in a presidential election, but my fears and concerns about this upcoming administration go beyond any typical difference of opinion/political party/etc (let’s be serious, Donald Trump is only pretending to be a republican anyway, so this isn’t my way of saying I won’t date republicans).Most of my professional work has been in low income and minority communities so I have strong feelings about how his presidency will impact those populations.A month or two ago, I decided to take a break from all dating sites/apps for a few weeks.I deleted a few lesser-known apps that I had been using sporadically and I deactivated my profiles on the sites that I figured I’d return to soon, but on POF I couldn’t find a way to do that so I just “hid” my profile.



I found his Instagram and Facebook, and the person from his photos is really a man that lives in Las Vegas (very far from where I live), and has been in a relationship with a man since 2015. I was a little afraid to message the profile directly in case it really was him, but I felt like someone should know.I’ve had a few other rude messages that I haven’t bothered including here.My plan was to keep this up for a couple more weeks and continue collecting screenshots to make this post even funnier, but last night/this morning something else happened and I’ve decided it’s where I have to draw the line.I wanted to see what would happen if I basically just existed on the site and didn’t do anything to invite messages my way.