Evanston vegan chef Brandon Byxbe said he came across a casting call two years ago for a new NBC dating show executive produced by Ellen De Generes for vegan singles.
has been conducting this survey of singles for years, according to the But for the first time they also asked 1,000 LGBTQ singles, ages 18 to 70, questions like, when did they come out, how much sex they’re having, who should pay for dates and where they’re meeting those dates.Nearly half of those who comprise the LGBTQ population in the U. identifies as single, according to researcher Justin Garcia.He worked as a scientific adviser to Match, and found the vast majority of those responding — 80 percent — were looking for a relationship that involved commitment.Byxbe reveals he is transgender, to which his date replies, "that's amazing." Byxbe said he transitioned when he was 28 years old because he "never really presented female and I always got called 'sir,' even, you know, as a 10-year-old."No spoilers on how the date went, but Byxbe said he enjoyed the experience and wouldn't rule out appearing on another TV dating show, especially if De Generes does produce a series for vegan singles."Ohmigod, sign me up," he said.3Somer (Threesomer) is a mobile dating application designed specifically for Threesome dating For Couples & Singles .
And when the question of dating someone trans came up, again the survey found a deep divide: more than half of those participating said they would not date someone who identifies as transgender.