You’ve been there. I’ve been there. A toll booth worker has been there. Your creepy uncle with the lingering hand stare and propensity to unabashedly flirt with you at a family reunion after a few gin+tonics has been there. And, for the few of you who haven’t been there, good for
From texting about your penis to killing a baby dolphin for a selfie, don’t do these things with your phone…
I’ve lived in San Francisco for the last 8 years and have been single for the vast majority of that time. Having moved here from the South, I appreciate San Francisco’s general acceptance of all people, including the perpetually unattached ones – like me. I do have moments where I
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Every woman who frequents the fine drinking establishments in San Francisco may become a willing or unwilling participant in a ceremony of courtship. When a man gets a case of ‘the woo’, he’ll try any number of classic mating dances to win you over: physical prowess, fancy lures, partial-to-full nudity, or “negging” because he read some book by a guy wearing a ridiculous hat. Who can blame them? San Francisco is filled with beautiful, intelligent, funny women but now you can better prepare yourself by brushing up on common pick-ups when and where you might* expect them.
I’m an elder Millennial so I don’t know how familiar you are with 90s R&B superstars Boyz II Men but you couldn’t go to a roller rink, play pogs, or not use a cell phone without hearing a song by these guys. The “Boyz” (Shawn Stockman, Wanya Morris, Nathan “No
First dates can be weird and awkward. That’s generally why you get booze involved. It smoothes out both you and your date’s awkward edges…most of the time. Whether you just met a hottie on tinder or you *gasp* actually met someone in real life, these seven bars are the perfect place to go for your first outing.
“A room full of queer people, and I feel like I’m fucking invisible.” I sat with my friend Michaela in the middle of a popular LGBTQ+ bar on a Friday night and noted the extent of our failure. Our goal had seemed so simple at the beginning of the night: