Necessary evil the same way everyone is on Facebook because everyone is on Facebook).10 p.m.: I met Teacher, a woman I first met in college seven years ago and recently reconnected with when she moved to New York, for drinks.
We went through the normal conversation rotation — updates on lives, talk of family — and visited a couple of my favorite bars.
A., examined sexual stereotypes in popular music lyrics across five decades.
Among the key findings: About the study: Analysis relied on the Billboard year-end Top 100 songs of the year for 1960 through 2008.
Opt for something that gives you both an easy out, like lunch or a drink.
Location: New York, New York Looking for: I just ended a relationship two months ago, so I don't know if I want a girlfriend right now, but I also don't like the idea of sleeping with more than one person at a time (but I don't want to, you know, have sex).
I think just seeing so many different people on social media or wherever makes me think there are, like, millions of women at my fingertips and I should meet as many of them as possible. Mostly meets people: on Tinder (but I don't really like it.
For those wondering, this wasn't a disappointing ending to the night at all — I don't think either of us expected to have sex.
I don't really like sleeping with people I don't know well.
The two had to contend with a great deal of cynicism.