A lot of women complain about the dating market and do nothing about it. I rounded up a group of friends to do the unthinkable; shoot our shots and see how the other side live.
During this period of social isolation, a lot of us may run into the danger of going backwards and entertaining those who don’t need to be. Yes, I’m shouting.
A sequel to the “The Dating Market” – a lot of the dating issues we, as women, find ourselves in can be resolved with speaking out. So why don’t we?
Dating is getting harder and harder, and Love Island returning to our screens makes me realise how different White British dating is to Black British. Is one way better than another?
I realised a lot of topics about being a woman are usually avoided in conversation. Not today, nothing is off limits.
The second and final part of the His & Hers (Perspectives) post, I’ve returned to my usual position to reply to last week’s letter.
The first part of a two part series. In this one, we hear a male perspective on the usual topics of love, dating and relationships.