February 7, 2017 at 3:37 pm EST | by Staff reports
Mattia D'Affuso, gay news, Washington Blade

Mattia D’Affuso (Washington Blade photo by Michael Key)

Name: Mattia D’Affuso

Age: 26

Occupation: Marketing director

Identify as: Gay

What are you looking for in a mate? First and foremost, respect for one another. I want someone who supports me but that also voices their opinions even if they’re different than mine. Someone who is willing to face issues and not run away immediately. Someone who is trustworthy. We are all different and bring different qualities to the table and I think what’s exciting about having a partner is knowing their strengths and weaknesses and together work on becoming a team. Finally, a sense of humor, confidence, kindness and a love for music.

Biggest turn-off: Dishonesty and arrogance

Biggest turn-on: Altruism, confidence, a beautiful smile and eyes and a clean home/car.

Hobbies: Outdoor activities such as kayaking, biking, swimming, camping (probably not in a tent though; I’m gonna need a cabin or something). I enjoy traveling, music, performing arts and love to cook. I can cook an amazing pasta carbonara!

Describe your ideal first date: I want to talk and get to know the person. Doesn’t have to be anything crazy. A quiet dinner so we can chat. Good food (and wine) is a must.

Favorite TV show: “Scandal” and “How To Get Away With Murder”

Celebrity crush: James Marsden

One obscure fact about yourself: I was born in Washington but spent my childhood in Italy and speak Italian fluently.


  • Good food (and wine) is a must? Describe good. You sound highly critical and quick to judge what you perceive are other people’s flaws.

    • hahahahahaghahahahha……Read your own comments fool. You sound like a bitter queen who has not had a date in years.

      • hahahahahaghahahahha……Read your own comments fool. You trolled my entire Disqus page, and sound like a bitter queen yourself. Desperate to meet me queer? Enjoyed putting in a hefty effort just to be rejected on all accounts? Lol. You’re a fu-king laughingstock!!!! You trolled my entire Disqus page just to get a rejection. The answer is still NOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Lol!

  • A clean home and bottle of red are essential to a quiet Thursday night in are vital to appreciate Millie Grant’s silver-tongued monologues.

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