I had heard about the international SHI Symbol that helps singles easily work out who is or isn’t single.
I have a heterosexual symbol and by wearing it, I get noticed—in a good way—so it certainly helps make it easier to start a conversation with someone once you know the other person is single. As Kimberly Dawn Neumann, the famous author and Broadway star, says about the SHI Symbol, "it takes the guesswork out of the equation".
My gay friend in San Francisco loved my symbol so much, he tracked them down and found out they now had Gay and Lesbian Singles symbols too. So, of course, he had to have this wonderful ‘tool’ to help us Singles, of all sexual persuasions, meet our match.
I thought they were only available through the Australian website, but now they are here in the US at [url=http://www.shisymbol.com]http://www.shisymbol.com[/url]. They are something that can be used anywhere in the world as they’re based on the Mars/Venus gender symbols everyone knows already.
I’ve also found a blog for them. The SHI Symbol blog often has concert tickets to give away and now they’re even on Facebook, so they must be expanding in every direction.
At best I will find the love of my life with my new found confidence in wearing my SHI Symbol, and at worst, I have a great piece of jewelry. It can work for me, and I’m heterosexual and it always seems that the Gay and Lesbian community pickup the latest trends and fashion news way before us - so I bet once they know about it, the SHI Symbols for Gays and Lesbians will be spread like wildfire.
Enjoy - I am!
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SHI Symbols (For Hetero and Homosexuals)
- By: Brianna JoelAug 20, 2008