Boston lesbian dating
Boston isn’t exactly known for its ease of transit.While it’s not deadlocked New York City, driving can be slow and tedious. On the other hand, you can ride the MBTA system of subways and buses.Jamaica Plain, or JP as the cool kids call it, is basically Boston’s lesbian stronghold.Everyone who lives in JP loves it but, the major downside is that it’s far away from everything else in the city. You should know when anyone says they live in Boston, they almost always mean they live in the Greater Boston Metro Area which includes Boston and all the towns around Boston that everyone thinks are just neighborhoods.
All the queer women who live in JP seem to know each other and, because they live so far away from the rest of the city, are exclusively friends with other queer people from JP.
Not that any of these things have ever happened to me. Unlike in NYC and LA, the people you date will not have professional headshots on their online profiles.
Most people don't want to date someone who lives too far away, and in Boston, “too far away” usually means the other side of the Charles. They’re more likely to post selfies of themselves in graphic T’s and enormous, name-brand headphones.
Although the area maintained its gay flavor, it tends to be inhabited by wealthy middle aged gays and their artist significant others.
As that is the case, the South End is also home to some of the best restaurants and small art studios in the whole city.But it’s 2015, and we no longer have to sacrifice our standards to avoid hypothermia.Because Massholes are everywhere, parking means war, and we won't give up our hard-earned secret parking places to just anybody.In winter, Bostonians will take an Uber to get to the T because paying to avoid five minutes of frigid air is totally worth it.