#Yes All Women, Part Two

#YesAllWomen because some men think it’s okay to ask for unsolicited nude pictures.

That’s what happened with Dread Pirate Creepy. I met him at Pagan Pride Day a few years ago and thought he was cute, but quickly changed my mind about him being boyfriend material after finding out he had a kid and seeing how condescending he could be to me.

Plus, I still had a crush on another guy so yea. It was never gonna happen anyway.

Anyway, Dread Pirate Creepy wound up texting and asked for nude pictures and I ignored him.

A few months later, after I started dating my now-boyfriend of almost two years, he texted me AGAIN “apologizing” and asking if I was going to go to the NYC Pagan Pride Day.

I kept it cool, since I didn’t want to start drama and said that I was going with my boyfriend.

When he saw me at PPD, he ignored the fact that I was with my BF and picked me up in a bear hug, as if to spite my BF.

Needless to say, neither my boyfriend and I were please and while thankfully Dread Pirate Creepy didn’t talk to us at this past year’s PPD, a part of me wonders if this is his MO: going to Pagan events “to help his friends vend” and to find women to creepily hit on.

Wouldn’t surprise me, TBH.

If anyone wants info on Dread Pirate Creepy’s real name so they can avoid the Nice Guys/Creepers in the Pagan community here, drop me a PM on Tumblr and I’ll give you the deets.

I don’t want to cause any unnecessary drama, but I do want to make sure my fellow women are safe from this creeper.


About The She Wolf

Amanda: Belly dancer. Feminist. Writer. Geek. Book nerd. Pagan.
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