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His parents grew up in Argentina and moved to the U. Giving birth to the only known member of their family with dwarfism was initially “devastating” to his parents and used by his father’s family in rural Argentina as fodder for conflict (his mother’s and father’s families have a longstanding rivalry in their hometown of Mendoza).
Like many little people, Funes uses the word “overprotective” to describe his mother’s parenting.
In this particular episode, cast member Lila Call talked about setting up an online dating profile but leaving blank the field that asked for her height—not because she was embarrassed of her dwarfism, she said, but to stave off fetishists who only would want to date her because she’s a little person.“They’re all the way up there and I’m here and I need to yell to get their attention,” he said of his interactions in clubs. Butts and crotches.”Fuenes described himself as “very selective” when it comes to the guys he hooks up with. Until, that is, he reveals that there have been “many, many, many” times in which he has been called a “midget.” It’s a pejorative that Funes doesn’t mind in certain situations (“If you’re my friend, you can use it”) but views as a sign of disrespect overall.He said he attracts guys on the dominant side.“Because I’m little, I’m very easy to maneuver,” he explained. And yet, Funes can relate to those who voice curiosity about hooking up with someone of his height. “My fantasy was always to fuck a little person,” he said.But if it’s like, ‘We got that out of the way, you found a little guy,’ and then we start sharing our common interests, that’s more acceptable. He’s not insane.’ It varies.”Funes tends to meet guys on geolocation apps like Grindr. That gives them that sense of confidence to walk up to me and say, ‘Hey, let’s go to bed,’ you know what I mean?Though he works in nightlife, connecting with an average-sized person (the only type of person Funes has slept with) IRL can be difficult from a logistical standpoint. That’s a really big turn-off.”When Funes describes his use of Grindr—some persistent creeps, some sessions in which he contacts multiple guys only to get back not a word in response—his experience verges on the universal.
And then at 22 or 23 when he started dating a 50-year-old that he fell in love with.“We had more of a daddy/son relationship,” he said. It was the kind of a relationship you can’t explain to anybody.”It’s a double-edged sword to be a person with special needs in New York.