Edating what men want

After all, we each have only the 500-word text boxes and crappy jpegs and clever (not so clever) user names to show for ourselves. Maybe in this environment where we are safely sequestered behind screens, we can get past some of the lingering gender-based “rules” that dominate the “How to Catch a Man” playbooks of yore.

Maybe instead we can learn to treat each other as equal players of a very silly game that we all secretly take quite seriously. But it seems quite clear to me that we’re not there yet. I’m a feminist, sex-positive 21st century lady whose photos include me posing in a Rosie the Riveter Halloween costume.

It is a sad, soul-crushing place where good guys go to die a slow death by way of ignored messages and empty inboxes.In the realm of hetero courtship, tradition still reigns supreme.The Internet could be the great democratizer, the great playing field-leveler.*****It’s a little too far past January 1st to call this a New Year’s Resolution, but I’ve decided to make a change.I do not want to be a passive participant in my romantic life.

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