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Or, until I meet someone I like enough to stop reflecting on this issue. which means, bringing up these issues is still necessary, and will continue to be necessary until we change how we date.Dating is a numbers game, which is why those apps have merit.But ultimately, if you meet someone you like, and they like you, you should probably go on more dates with that person..But, if I’m to talk about how much dating in San Francisco sucks—and fail to bring up the very real and often negative effect these apps have had on the dating scene—it would be like bringing up how much the 49ers suck, and not even mentioning the disaster that is Jed York.Of course, the problems with (and benefits of) dating apps hold true all over the country, but I’ll venture to say that it is even in SF, because this is where most of the apps are being created. While I definitely know people who’ve fallen in love because of these apps, and are happily together today… I mean, am I crazy (well, yes), or does it seem like people use these apps for validation (just as much, or maybe more? I’m only newly back on these things, but even in the last week or so, I’ve found that I’ll have a match with someone and send them a message, but won’t get a reply.Plus, considering so many people move to SF for their start-up or tech career, it’s pretty imperative that they find success in that arena.
At which point, I promise I’ll stop writing articles about how much it sucks to date in San Francisco, and move onto discussing the troubles with divorce in California. (Ish.) While I hate to caveat, well, anything, I think it goes without saying that this critique on San Francisco dating is from the perspective of a heterosexual woman.or, alternatively, just don’t care about dating at all? It actually shocks me how often my friends tell me that they’re excited about a date, only to inform me (when I ask how it went) that the dude “rescheduled.” Except, when people in SF reschedule, they just reschedule to “another time.” In other words: “never.” Granted, flaking is just part of the culture in SF (whether you like it or not), but when you take two strangers—one or both—with a predilection for canceling plans, and try to get them into the same space at the same time (for what might not even be a fun encounter)… Whether that’s because we’re escaping the city for a trip, or just don’t want to deal with something as potentially annoying as a date, Friday and Saturday nights are off the table for hanging out…and, so is Sunday (unwinding from the weekend), and Monday (getting back into the work week). But that’s okay, because if we’re all still complaining about how awful it is to date in San Francisco, that means we haven’t really done anything to change it… And, yeah, there’s a good chance I’m just rehashing the same issues we all moan about often.