I Saw U

read me like a book

When: Saturday, June 25, 2016

Pride Saturday evening at the eagle. You said you could read me like a book. Unfortunately we got lost in the crowd. Wondering how the story played out.

Where: The eagle

I saw a: Man

I am a: Man

Posted on: Monday, June 27, 2016

Foxy Brunette @ The Vic

When: Saturday, June 25, 2016

I know you were with friends and indeed probably with a significant other... don't care, you were so foxy standing there on the benches I literally could not take my eyes off you and I know you felt it. I'm the dude in the band that caught eyes with you so many times. Shot in the dark. Worth it.

Where: The Victory Lounge

I saw a: Woman

I am a: Man

Posted on: Saturday, June 25, 2016

AMAMA SIFF Movie June11 3pm

When: Saturday, June 11, 2016

You were with your brother, I was trying to make conversation but the situation and the time was wrong with so much going on around...being in the other line didn't help either; you have great taste in movies as well!
Other series of the SIFF are coming soon like the Dog and Czech festivals; you would be an excellent company!

Where: AMAMA screening at Uptown Movies Theater June 11th at 3:00pm

I saw a: Woman

I am a: Man

Posted on: Friday, June 24, 2016

Bus#41 NorthGate International Disrict 2:10pm

When: Monday, June 20, 2016

You are a flawless and Strawberry Blonde (close to redhead if you had freckles), I've seen you there for almost 3 years every time i ride my bus at similar time; you avoid eye contact with everyone even when you are not on your phone and you even look upset; so you are not just avoiding men, but any human possible harmful or asking you for money...I don't blame you, lots of crazies there.
I'm on my way to work just like you but the difference is that you are the best thing that happens to me during the day...you make me daydream.
Romance is on my mind, but I'm ok with sharing time appreciating art and nice food...I have excellent taste!

Where: Tunnel International District Station Bay A North ridding the Bus #41 every weekday

I saw a: Woman

I am a: Man

Posted on: Friday, June 24, 2016

62 Brunette Babe w/Suitcase

When: Wednesday, June 22, 2016

Wednesday 6/22 around 5pm on the northbound 62 bus -- You : Hella cutie with a mop of dark hair, black clothes, and suitcase. Me : Short black hair with dress and sunglasses. Unfortunately there were no seats near you so I couldn't sneak a smile. Wanna do some cool shit?

Where: 62 Northbound bus

I saw a: Man

I am a: Woman

Posted on: Wednesday, June 22, 2016

Craving a chocolate-banana shake

When: Sunday, June 19, 2016

It's rare to look into a stranger's eyes and sense a connection of some depth. If instead we'd met at a party I suspect we might have chatted for some time. My instinct compelled me to place this ad and I hope you feel compelled to respond. Most importantly, Abbey, trust your instinct. I feel it will serve you well. -George

Where: Capitol Hill

I saw a: Woman

I am a: Man

Posted on: Monday, June 20, 2016

Erin at Georgetown Carnival

When: Saturday, June 11, 2016

Erin, we met at Star Brass during Georgetown Carnival, I somehow let you sneek away, I can't stop thinking about you and your sexy legs. Michael

Where: Star Brass Georgetown Carnival

I saw a: Woman

I am a: Man

Posted on: Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Erin at Star Brass Georgetown

When: Saturday, June 11, 2016

Erin, It's me, Michael we hung out on the deck at Star Brass during Georgetown Carnival. I somehow lost you. Please call... I can't stop thinking about your legs!

Where: Georgetown Carnival/Star Brass

I saw a: Woman

I am a: Man

Posted on: Wednesday, June 15, 2016

PFLAG man from past Pride

When: Sunday, June 26, 2016

It was sometime in the last 15 years, after I came to live in Seattle. From Kansas, where Westboro Baptist Church hate speech was an ongoing part of my landscape. Their posters and hate-hymns surrounded me wherever I went.
I went to my first Pride parade, by myself.
I wasn't ready for any of it. I'd grown up in a house where I was grounded from one of my best friends because *she* was too gay (she wasn't)... we never even talked about the possibility that I might be anything but destined for a marriage to a man and 1.7 kids.
This was back when the parade was still on Broadway, and jokesters would feign "emergencies" to be "resuscitated" by our gorgeous SFD and SPD pride participants. I choked with sobs to see the Dykes on Bikes zooming around, smiling, waving. No one seemed to be flinching for a negative reaction. It confirmed some of the things that had caused me to move here, like the black guy and the white guy holding hands on Broadway when I visited for Spring Break in 1999. They walked unapologetically, no flinching, and I sat down on the sidewalk and started crying. I didn't have any hope that could've even suggested that reality; the reality overwhelmed me.
I calmed myself, witnessed float after float, beautiful people of every possible description marching, met my first out trans woman who was then going by Crystal. Maybe you know her. White girl, sharp cheek bones, unabashedly friendly. I saw her at a distance at the vigil Sunday night.
The parade continued and something happened that I had no way to prepare myself for. There were churches. With signs of acceptance and love. What? They weren't here to protest? And there I was, sobbing again. I couldn't even comprehend this world I was witnessing, that's how far from it I'd been where I grew up. Where being "out" meant telling someone *besides* the person you were dating.
I was still an overwhelmed, emotional wreck when the next wave came. PFLAG. Signs of parents actually accepting their queer children? Grandmas and grandpas who loved their queer child. Sobbing renewed. I was so glad at that moment I'd come by myself, so none of my new friends would get distracted by this inundation emotions that had overtaken me.
One of the white guys marching with PFLAG saw me. Like, *saw* me. And he came over, and he covered me in "I am loved by PFLAG" stickers (making me laugh-cry) - the same pink ones they still give out today - and hugged me.
That pride changed my life.
That parade changed my life.
That man changed my life.
Whoever you were sir, and however many others like you there are in our beautiful city ... thank you. What you did mattered, and echoes to me through so many years, and so many prides.
This. This is why Pride matters. I look forward to seeing all of you throughout the month at events, and at the parade. So much love, Seattle. So much love.

Where: Broadway Pride, many years ago

I saw a: Man

I am a: Woman

Posted on: Tuesday, June 14, 2016

Paradise - running with Rhodesian

When: Sunday, June 12, 2016

You were so far beyond beautiful, I could only assume that you were a trail nymph. Only, for a trail nymph, you were much taller than I would have expected. I hope we cross paths again.

Where: On the mainline

I saw a: Woman

I am a: Man

Posted on: Monday, June 13, 2016

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