Sf bay area dating
Back in So Cal, where I lived previously, I was surrounded by friends on the marriage and baby path (no thank you! But in San Francisco, I saw a whole different side of dating.I’ve met two different types of men here: those who are too busy to even think about socializing (unless it’s with an executive) and those who date with no strings attached, i.e., they’ll bang anything that moves.ike many people living in a major metropolitan city, I came here to make bank and add some sparkle to my résumé. While I was trying to get out of a bad relationship, I was offered a job in San Francisco.But in addition to starting an exciting new job, I moved here with the intention of finding a new man.You end up with these guys who flit around and act like the world is their oyster and don't care about how they're treating other people.To have someone say, "I really like you but only as a friend" was huge for me, because it hadn't happened for so long.That's not how this is supposed to work, especially since he pursued me relentlessly. He approached me and said I was cute—flattery will get you, well, somewhere, it appears.He had the charm turned up to 11 and totally let me win a game of pool.
You find the Peter Pan syndrome with guys here because the Bay Area is a paradise for little boys who don't want to grow up and become men.They don't want you to have needs and wants of your own.It kind of sucks when you thinks someone is super cool and really down with social justice and it turns out they're just into fucking girls who are into social justice. I made dinner for a guy I'd been on a few dates with, who then told me he had to leave early because he had a sex date with another girl.If someone isn't invested in making sure they're keeping their partners safe, I don't want anything to do with them.As far as getting my sexual needs met, I have a few friends who I would never date in real life, but we have a sexual relationship.