As much as we’re cast (and, just as often, self-deprecatingly cast ourselves) as dysfunctional when it comes to love, we’re sitting on a goldmine of perks (and freedoms) that belong to us and us alone.
We millennial women aren’t victims of hookup culture; we’re complicit in it.
This past Friday, the New York Times all but declared that dating is dead. Dates may have suffered a beating, but it’s crucial that we save them from further harm. To sum up: we need dates. Here’s why.
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If you’re a girl who’s marriage and relationship minded, you might tempted to buy a football jersey (baseball jersey? What sports season are we in now?) and plop yourself down at the nearest sportsbar.
This week’s Modern Love essay is a doozy for a Monday morning…
It’s not necessary to go through the entire canon of English literature to show that both sexes have competing cravings of intimacy/ independence; it certainly isn’t necessary to list all the reasons men love being single.