Should women pursue men for dating
In the back of her mind she knows there will be attractive men out tonight, and she is hoping to eventually meet someone she can date seriously.
However, she hasn't thought too much beyond the evening and maybe the start of a relationship.
But as the bouncer lifts the rope and chooses her and her friends before all the others, her excitement and ego both skyrocket.
"I love nightclubs already" she thinks to herself, as she looks over her shoulder and sees the other girls outside in the cold, watching with jealously as she walks through the door.
However, in the past two years she's really started to see trends and mistakes in her dating history, and she encountered a few ideas in books and online, and these have really changed her outlook. While she knows Manhattan is a horrible place for a single girl to live, she hasn't lost hope yet.
As the 23-year-old gets out of her cab in front of the nightclub where she'll meet her friends, the sharp cold bites at her face.
Both women are dressed up and heading out to meet with their respective friends for some drinks. Both are single and want little more than to ultimately find true love.
She recently had an exciting night of sex with a guy she met in a bar who was incredibly attractive.
He had seemed interested in her - he was even affectionate in bed; but now he isn't calling.
She's slept with eight men - four were her boyfriends and two were guys she was "just dating." They seemed interested but faded away after sex.
The other two were drunken one-night stands during college, before she knew better - or more accurately, when she learned better.