Dating women in san francisco
I’ve lived in Dallas, Austin, Tel Aviv and now San Francisco.
Out of all these cities, I must admit SF is the most full of flaky people.
We could be sitting at the hottest bar in San Francisco without one single man approaching us all night.
Sure, they will glance our way and make eye contact, but when it comes to asking someone out in person — not over a dating app — well, people just don’t do that in San Francisco.
Not only was I freezing in the middle of June, but suddenly my relationship status and the fact that I had been single in SF for the past ten years felt like a jail sentence with no bail.
Amanda Bradford, CEO and founder of the exclusive dating app, The League, mentioned this to me: The guy I’m dating has to be okay with having a girlfriend he’s only going to see once a week before 10 pm at night.
He also has to be understanding if I’m unable to go with him and his friends to something where all the other girlfriends are going to be.
Yet, she had a handsome husband and knew tons of people in San Francisco.
San Francisco is a city that often makes the top 10 lists of the best places for singles in the country.
Not because we had any sort of falling out, but because she was married with two kids.