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A bunch of full-of-themselves sadboys would rather sit with their bros than make a move to meet someone?
Meanwhile, the ladies in this town are movers and shakers in all facets.
When a girl walks into a bar, every man notices her, but then they all look around to see the other men who also notice her.
If one of those dudes walks up to hit on her, every other guy in the bar chuckles to their friends and says, "Ha! She's not going to say yes." THIS IS SO INSANE TO ME.
There are a lot of cute guys in Portland, but they all have beards. Teaches classes at She Bop (sheboptheshop.com), including one on non-monogamous relationships.
It takes me a long time to trust someone with a beard. The cute women have tattoos and their homes have extensive dioramas that you aren't allowed to touch. Dating in Portland has been a fun but sometimes frustrating experience.
I noticed that in this town, girls would approach and hit on me 100 percent more than men would.Both of these people want to get brunch and day-drink on a Sunday. A lot of folks don't seem to know what they want—which is understandable, but when you mix that with the stereotype of Portlanders being flakes or passive aggressive in their communication...it's a combo that tends to lead to some confusion, annoyance, or heartache. I've noticed that a lot of folks don't really say what they want, or even know what they want beyond "being open to different sorts of connections." Jo Ann Schinderle, 29 Straight female Portland resident since 2012, last boyfriend circa 2006.Co-host of the Portland dating podcast It's Not Me; It's Me.I moved here for a job directing art shows in Portland and Seattle.
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"If I had a dollar for every mandolin-playing barback I went out with, I'd have enough money to BUY MY OWN DINNER WHEN I GO OUT WITH THESE MANDOLIN-PLAYING BARBACKS." There's just not enough diversity in Portland—and I mean that in every sense of the word.