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11-13-2009 @ 8:28PM
This, and frankly, that goes for any cherished hobby. I refuse to date non-fannish/geek types for this very reason. I've had too many friends of both genders needing to drop out of weekly P&P roleplaying sessions because their SO wanted them to "knock that ish out". Too many people have dropped out of my life because someone they were dating couldn't stand their gaming/comics collecting/anime fandom/etc. This is a basic respect thing, and to me speaks volumes about a person's character. No, you don't always have to share the same interests as your SO--but dammit, have some respect. My GF makes jewelry for a living and is a very crafty sort. I'm decidedly not, aside from cosplay projects. But I don't down her for squeeing at the bead store. Because, you know, I love her and that's something she enjoys doing even if I don't necessarily get the appeal of it.I just don't get how people fail at something this basic.
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