Work mate does not know the 'girl' he has been messaging is me in drag

DEAR DEIDRE: AS I sometimes meet people romantically when dressed in drag, I have a drag profile on gay dating app Grindr.

I am a man of 29 and work in a warehouse where the job is dull but we have a lot of banter.


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One of the ­biggest jokers has a girlfriend so I’d assumed he was straight.

But I was shocked when I started getting messages from him on Grindr.

I don’t think he realises it’s me as I look totally different in drag.

I blocked him but he’s been persistent, creating new profiles to message me from.

Should I tell him I’m the drag queen he’s been messaging?

I don’t want this to come back to bite me.

DEIDRE SAYS: Are his messages sincere, or has he rumbled it’s you and he’s looking to take a rise out of you?

Find a quiet moment to say, lightly, “Hey, I liked your fun messages on Grindr but best just keep to being work friends, eh?”

Then he can pass it off as a joke even if it wasn’t, but he’ll likely stop messaging.

If he does cause trouble, homophobic harassment is a legal offence and you should contact Switchboard LGBT+ (switchboard.lgbt).

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