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So, we started joking about doing some cross country matchmaking.
And you know what they say – make a joke 12 times and it becomes a Crowdtilt. Asked about the campaign’s origins, Dating Ring CEO Lauren Kay said this is something she’s been joking about for a while, but “my sarcasm tends to get lost on the lovely people of San Francisco.” And as others at YC became excited about the idea, she decided to take it from joke to reality.
At first, I rolled my eyes at how this seems to reinforce the way that both cities, particularly San Francisco, have been caricatured.
(Also, not great, as pointed out by another Tech Crunch writer: The implicit assumption that all dating is between women and men.) For what it’s worth, Kay told me the stereotypes are backed up by her site’s numbers — in New York, there are 1.82 as many female users as male, while in San Francisco, there are 1.42 as many male users as female.
If a workout at the gym is your fail-safe stress reliever or a glowing tan is your ultimate confidence booster, you’re not alone; according to our Love Geist research, Londoners are twice as likely to hit the gym ahead of their first date while daters in the North West are 95% more likely to go for a sunbed or apply fake tan!
Let the world see how amazing you are on the outside and your amazing character will do the rest.
When it comes to dating and romance now, what differences would a single Dad in his 50s encounter compared to his single son in his 20s?
It's also a great time for some self-reflection about what you're looking for in a new relationship.
This self-reflection often includes reading up on love and relationships to make sure you are wiser and better equipped for relationship success. I switch gender and take a look at what I would see if I were a bloke. After the passing of my wife of 31 years, I found myself alone for the first time in my life.
Here’s how the campaign page explains it: There are tons more single women in NYC, and tons more single men in SF.