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…






A Woman’s POV: How it Makes Me Feel When… I’m Staying in a Bad Relationship

By Caitlin Thornton

There are times when you consider breaking up and the resolution seems obvious: You squirm when he leans in for a kiss, are suddenly irked when he speaks, and you can’t really explain it, but there’s just a distance that comes between you, and it’s not really worth the effort to build the bridge that’ll bring you two back together. You’ve fallen out of love. You need to cut the cord. Click here to read more…






A Woman’s POV: How it Makes Me Feel When… You Expect Me to “Want a Boyfriend”

By Caitlin Thornton

It was summer in Brooklyn, and a group of 20-somethings, myself included, were on our loft’s rooftop grilling, playing records, and of course, drinking. A lot. Stretch this casual-seeming get together out over six hours and inevitably one pair has separated themselves from the group and is in a sudden fit of public passion, lapping up the spit from the inside of each other’s mouths, even though they just sort of met. Click here to read more…






A Woman’s POV: How it Makes Me Feel When… Will You Please Get Out of My Bed?

By Caitlin Thornton

Hey there… listen… Those, um, past twenty minutes were great and all—kind of. But I’m really tired right now and I have to be at work super early tomorrow morning. And I’m not a morning person. I’m more of a sleep person. A sleeps-better-without-a-semi-stranger-in-her-bed-sort-of-person. Click here to read more…






A Woman’s POV: How it Makes Me Feel When… I’m Having the Worst Great Date Ever

By Simone Grant

People are always asking me about my “worst date ever.” Sure, I’ve had some spectacularly bad dates. But those stories aren’t my favorites. A great date story, in my eyes, has highs and lows. Like this one. I think of it as my worst great date ever. Click here to read more…






A Woman’s POV: How it Makes Me Feel When… I’m Settling With Mr. Good Enough

By The Single Mom’s Dating Diary

George Clooney’s looks, Tom Hank’s sweetness, Jim Carrey’s sense of humor and really the money of any of them.

Although this is a bit of an exaggeration of my “wish list” of the man I’d like to find, I really thought I’d find someone who was a decent match of most of the traits I wanted to find. Click here to read more…






A Woman’s POV: How it Makes Me Feel When… I’m Dating In a New City

By Taylor Cast

When I moved to New York I was so done with dating men in Southern California. The vein Hollywood men, the childish Orange County guys, no thank you! I was through with it. I was often saying that the best men I met always seemed to be from the east coast so it was great that I was heading east! Well I ate my words. Men are men no matter where you go. A jerk is a jerk and a good man is a good man, geography doesn’t matter. Click here to read more…




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Jennifer Kelton CEO / founder Badonlinedates.com LLC is a Los Angeles native and a pioneer in the worldwide dating industry, investigating the game of love while providing encouragement and support since 2007, starting with the acclaimed dating book Don’t Use My Sweater like a Towel. An accomplished CEO, visionary and entrepreneur, Kelton’s work in the […]

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