A Woman’s POV: 10 Tips for Ringing in the New Year Single

New Years Single

Single on New Year’s? Join the club. Because December is the #1 month for breaking up, plenty of people are single for this party-hearty holiday. Whether you want to head out with friends, hook up with a stranger or meet your next big conquest, New Year’s Eve is actually a good time to ride solo. Click here to read more…

A Woman’s POV – 5 Style Essentials for Movie Dates

Movie Date

Heading to the cinema is a classic date activity, an easy choice of entertainment that requires precious little of its participants. Just show up, buy popcorn, sit down and watch the show. You’ve probably been on many movie dates in your life, and will go on many more. Make sure that you have these six style essentials to make your movie date wardrobe complete. Click here to read more…

A Woman’s POV: No Text After First Date Sex? How to Deal

No Text Sex

You had an amazing first date experience that culminated in a clear connection between the sheets. You felt like something special was beginning, but that was three days ago, and he hasn’t contacted you since – not even a text.

Even in today’s rushed dating space and hook-up culture, a day-after “thank you” text is standard for human beings with a minimum of respect for each other. Why aren’t you getting it? Click here to read more…

A Woman’s POV: We Only Fight When He Drinks

Angry Drunk

By Kelly Seal

In my early twenties, I figured that the guys I dated were works in progress, like me. Once we got jobs as marketing VPs and financial executives instead of waiters and assistants, grew up a little bit and became “real” adults, that all of our immature ramblings and bad decisions would be history. Something to laugh about. Click here to read more…

A Woman’s POV: Can Vanilla Sex Be Sweet Enough?

By Caitlin Thornton

Should you not yet have had the glorious opportunity to gorge on the way-popular erotic trilogy Fifty Shades of Grey—that your sister, mom, girlfriend, that one nice lady with the crispy ‘80s bangs at the bank, and most likely your grandma has read—get ready for a spoiler alert: Click here to read more…

A Woman’s POV: How it Makes Me Feel When… Distance Does NOT Make the Heart Grow Fonder

By Caitlin Thornton

Tell me a story about a couple that has been completely successful in their long-distance relationship. Really. Tell me all about it. Who are these people? How did they manage to stay together while at the same time being apart? Did the physical distance have them yearning to be together, more than ever? Or did it just make them sad and angry? Did one unrequitedly miss the other? Click here to read more…

A Woman’s POV: How it Makes Me Feel When… The Bittersweet Bliss of Ex Sex

By Caitlin Thornton

Two weeks after a completely mutual break up, Lucy* arranged a meeting with her now-ex to “exchange stuff.” Sure, he had some of her sweaters, and she had some of his comic books. But the reunion—scheduled for a Saturday afternoon at Lucy’s, when her roommates would be out—entailed much more than swapping goods both parties probably forgot even existed. Click here to read more…

A Woman’s POV: How it Makes Me Feel When… Losing My Virginity

By Kelly Seal

I’d like to say that having sex for the first time was a pretty straightforward experience for me. That it happened, and it was awkward or beautiful or something concrete. But that would be a lie. Mostly, my first experiences with sex were a series of stops and starts. Click here to read more…

A Woman’s POV: How it Makes Me Feel When… My Very First Kiss

First Kiss

By Kelly Seal

When I was in eighth grade, I was awkward and shy (like most 13-year-olds). I stayed close to my friends, like they were some kind of protective shield from all the other teenagers. When puberty first hit me I wanted to crawl under my desk and hibernate – waiting to be older, cooler and wiser before anyone noticed me or my pimples. Click here to read more…

A Woman’s POV: How it Makes Me Feel When… We’re Not Exclusive

By Caitlin Thornton

When over brunch of bacon and eggs and lots and lots of coffee, the guy I’m seeing suggested we had an “open relationship.” I stopped shoveling yolk-soaked toast into my mouth and paused. “I didn’t think… we had an open relationship?” I said slowly. I cautiously reached for my coffee, maintaining eye contact. To me the open relationship label went to slutty, new-age-y college kids who couldn’t make up their minds (which I fit the bill for like, two years ago) and middle-aged married couples who just wanted to screw other people. Click here to read more…

About Jennifer

Jennifer Kelton

I have created this blog and social dating community to turn negative dating experiences into positive ones. In fact, it’s the exact opposite of what the name implies. It was my own life’s multiple combo plate of bad date experiences that inspired me to create this supportive community. In the midst of my own search […]

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