Goth and and dating
But my final word on the subject would be that you should date someone with an open mind, who will accept you the way you are. I've tried dating non goths and it all ended with the "why not take off the makeup? When I was going through a more Goth phase in my life, it was not uncommon for me to say something like, "oh, no baby, leave the cross on." during foreplay.
=:) (not that crosses aren't Goth) Of course, during my 'less than Goth days' I was allways dating one of the more vampy' girls.
Personally, I figure if the individual in question doesn't hate my music, I don't care if they're goth or not.
If you put together all the ingredients that naturally attract children - sex, violence, revenge, spectacle and vigorous noise - what you have is grand opera.
Age 49 From Truro, United Kingdom Online - Yesterday Woman Seeking Man (234 Miles Away) I'm a quirky, creative rock chick mad about live music and festivals, art, textiles, museums, galleries, architecture, old movies.
Experiences like this have led me to believe that maybe I should only date Goths?
Do you think this is OK, have you done it and found it hard, do you think that someone who does it is not a goth.