Once it rolls out nationally in 2016, Bradford hopes to draw members seeking a high-quality dating experience.
Some people have already tagged Bradford and her app as elitist.
All of the women interviewed for the article said as much.
And the one male interviewed, the founder of a dating app, made a kindred statement, “The courtship culture is just much less aggressive here.” Less aggressive, indeed…
As a gay San Francisco couple, who act like two 70-year-olds from Boca most of the time, you can bet your ass we’ve shared many-a-bottle of rosé with single straight-girls and boys, complaining about the Bay Area dating scene and it’s many challenges. I did the same thing when I was single….though I’ll admit it, I looked at my singlehood as a challenge, understanding what a wise friend in West Hollywood once taught me, that “dating is a muscle, and the more you do it, the easier it gets.” That being said, I don’t envy my single friends for a second.
The women here are also different—they’re independent as hell. cities that are most conducive to finding a significant other.In the SF Chronicle story, I was quoted as saying that I feel invisible in SF and attractive whenever I leave—and it seems I’m not alone.Date/able is a podcast that opens up a candid conversation about modern dating.
We hear real stories from real people of how they make dating work (or not).
One girlfriend told us about a guy who revealed himself to be a transexual (F to M) and then asked her if she’d be interested in a threesome with his wife? And because we’ve been together for almost six years now and the dating scene has changed with the onset of technology that practically automates human interaction, we’ve heard a lot of analogies for what dating in San Francisco is like….we took notes….here are the zingers we think stood out from the pack.