Simon does frown at that. "I'm not a girlfriend with a dick, Daisuke," he replies quietly, shaking his head. "If you wanted flamboyant - if you were hoping for a true twink - I could give you a few references, but that isn't who I am." He shrugs, releasing Daisuke to take a step back, trying once again to get the pink glitter foam off his feet. "It's not someone I really can be, so..." He kicks a little at a clump of foam stuck to the sand, putting his hands into his pockets. "I'm much too handsome," he pauses before adding, "and debonaire, when you really get down to it. And picky, for that matter." He crouches down, poking tiny shells down into the sand. "It's probably just some strange natural phenomenon. Algae or dead fish or something. I hope you didn't swim in it, though, because it might be dirty." As in, fish blood dirty.
But Daisuke does win points for the angelic and handsome thing. He snorts a little, looking up over his shoulder. "You're just saying that because of the wings, and you haven't even really seen me 'fly' yet. Though..." He pauses, lowering his eyes again, though still facing Daisuke. "This body isn't quite as familiar to me as my old one. It's still very new to the world, so you'll have to let me rest a little more before then, which gives you time to shower and get whatever strange sea life you've swum in off of you." He snorts a little, returning to pushing the little pieces of shell down into wet soil. He lifts his head, looking out onto the water - squinting a little at the sunlight dancing across the surface.
"I am a bottom, but I'm never going to be especially feminine. It'd be a big generalization to assume that any man who takes it will be. I've never been able to get into that sort of thing. The divas and the glitter and the camp - all of those hallmarks... I just think of it in a different way." He shrugs again. "I am gay, and I am Simon, and these are not mutually exclusive things, but the part of me that is gay simply means that I love other men, because I have always been Simon and always will be, and I can't imagine I'd be able to fit a pop culture mould very easily. Saying that my sexuality defines who I am would be somewhat like saying a single petal defines the rest of the flower."