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En español │After 20 years, you’re single again and, heaven help you, on the brink of dating. Uh-oh! How should you begin? Maybe call that old high school flame? Approach that work colleague you always thought was kinda cute? Sign up for an online dating site? And once you do score a date, what should you expect in terms of s-e-x?

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These eight insights will make it all easier.

1.Some things don’t change. It’s always been challenging to meet women. Even with dozens of dating sites, it still is. Use the classic dating strategies. introductions through friends, blind dates, meeting through activities (work, recreation, religious, etc.), and plain old serendipity. Tell everyone you know that you’re interested in dating. Ask to be fixed up. Get involved in activities you enjoy. Through them, you’ll probably meet women who also enjoy them, women who might become friends — and eventually, maybe more.

2.The numbers are on your side. It’s not two girls for every boy, like the Beach Boys sang, but demographics trend that way. First, the bad news: Men die younger than women. The good news: As the decades pass, women increasingly outnumber men, which subtly works in your favor. For every 1,000 births, by age 50, women outnumber men 954 to 920, according to a 2009 U.S. statistical report. At 65, it’s 871 to 791. So the odds are in men’s favor — and women know it. That’s one reason why Betty and Veronica no longer sit by the phone waiting for Archie to call. If a woman is interested in you. she’ll probably initiate contact.


3.Google yourself. Women will, so you better know what they’ll find. Try to correct misinformation, or at least be prepared to prove that you’re not the escaped serial killer who shares your name. And while you’re at it, make sure your Facebook page won’t raise eyebrows.

4. Dating sites have advantages. One is that you cast a wide net. Tip: Upload smiling photos. Photos increase men’s response rate 40 percent — for women, photos triple it! Another is that profiles provide good icebreakers. Beyond saying, You’re really cute and you live near me, you can add that like the woman you’re contacting, you also play tennis and enjoy jazz.

5.Dating sites have disadvantages. Some of the members are flakier than piecrust. They seem interested, but after a few e-mails, they disappear. Or their phones are disconnected. Or they stand you up. Why? Who knows? One theory is that many are not single. They’re coupled but bored, and hope to reassure themselves that they’re still attractive by hooking men like you.

What’s more, profiles often lie. One study found that on average, people claimed to be an inch taller than the national average. Women said they weighed 20 pounds less than average. Most claimed to be more attractive than average — 72 percent of women, 68 percent of men. And 4 percent said they earned more than $200,000 a year, while less than 1 percent of Internet users actually do. Tip: Tell the truth. As soon as you meet, she’ll see your height and weight and how attractive you are.

6.Dress for success. You may be wonderful, but if you look like a total schlump, women will flee. Trouble is, many men hate shopping for clothes. If that’s you, get help. Ask a friend, preferably a woman, to accompany you. Consider getting a manicure and pedicure. Plan to spend a day — yes, guys, one entire day — and one to two weeks’ income on your makeover.

7.Keep condomshandy. One pleasant surprise about dating after 50 is less groveling for sex. After a few dates, most older women feel fine about going horizontal, and don’t care if your erections are iffy or gone. However, they don’t want sexually transmitted infections (STIs). So use condoms until you’re monogamous.

8.Dating isn’t mating. Just as gold miners move tons of rock to find a few nuggets, you’ll probably have to date dozens of women before you find Ms. Right. If you know that a budding relationship has no future, don’t waste your time or hers. Say, I’m sorry, but there’s no chemistry for me. And be prepared to hear those words yourself — frequently. When you do, ask, Do you have any single friends ?

Longtime sex educator and counselor Michael Castleman, M.A. publishes GreatSexAfter40.com.

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Man Seeking Woman ’s heightened universe and format, featuring only a few, longer set pieces each episode, is a high risk, high reward gamble. When a sequence works, it’s spectacular (for example, the fantastic text summit in “Traib” ). When it doesn’t, the episode sputters to a halt. After two episodes of mostly successful conceptual fantasy, “Pitbull” is the show’s first significant misstep, going for disappointingly literal sequences and abandoning the emotional truth that underpins the series’ best moments.

“Pitbull” opens with the episode’s most successful sequence, Josh being interrupted from a planned intimate moment with himself by his right hand, voiced by Sarah Silverman, who just isn’t feeling it anymore. Silverman is great in this brief spot and with the kind of month Josh has been having, it’s not surprising even his hand is ready to leave him. The design of the hand’s eyes and mouth are fun and unlike the later sequences, this one runs just long enough to be effective. Josh and Mike’s night out at the bars (after some pre-gaming, authentic Mexican cuisine, and 10,000-piece puzzle completing) doesn’t work anywhere near as well. Sloppily shotgunning beers feels out of character for Josh, who is far more fastidious with his meal prep, and while the bit improves with each of Josh’s new distractions—bringing back Infinite Jest to be Mike’s breaking point is an admittedly great capper—it never elicits the belly laughs of “Lizard” or “Traib.”

The most tiresome of the episode’s sequences is its final one, as Josh excuses himself from his eagerly gyrating date to head to the bathroom and look for his penis, which has abandoned him after a long evening of drinking. Rather than repeat the approach of the opening and have Josh hold a conversation with the uncooperative portion of his body, the writers try something new and have him frantically call around looking for it. This may be an entertaining premise, but it holds no emotional truth. In “Lizard,” Josh discovered his ex had moved on to a total jerk, Hitler, and none of their mutual friends cared. In “Traib,” Josh was haunted by Maggie’s lingering presence in his life, in the form of her possessions. Here, his body is betraying him, but rather than play with that idea and Josh’s attempts to come up with a solution, we watch strangers rifle through boxes and listen to a bartender fight a pitbull. If the writers were married to this idea, the episode needed to commit to it, to take it to the extremes of the previous episodes’ sequences. As soon as the writers decided not to (or discovered they couldn’t) actually show a penis, talking or otherwise, the entire concept was doomed.

The moment most in keeping with the established tone and approach of the series is Josh and Mike’s conversation about Mike’s spiral eyes, and the reveal that this ability is why Mike is so successful with women and Josh constantly strikes out. Both Jay Baruchel and Eric André are great in this scene, playing it completely straight, and as a way to literalize confidence’s power as an aphrodisiac, it works well. It also removes free will from the equation and turns every woman Mike interacts with into a sex object, and laughs this off. Women aren’t attracted to Mike because he’s cute and fun and confident. They dance with him because he wills it and, the episode argues, if women aren’t responding to Josh, the blank-slate audience surrogate, he should just put the whammy on them like Mike does and take away their ability to say no.

For a series already struggling with gender parity—yes, Liz and Mike operate as equal opposites, both giving terrible advice, but the rest of the women on the series (here, Sarah and Josh’s hookup) are portrayed far less charitably than the men—this is a significant problem. It turns the episode’s strongest fantasy element into its worst and the series’ most disturbing, particularly since unlike Maggie dating Hitler, there’s absolutely no sense that the characters or writers think Mike’s spiral eyes are a bad thing. There’s plenty of space for offensive material in comedy, provided it’s funny. There are nowhere near the laughs in “Pitbull” to make up for its problematic content.

  • Credit where it’s due—Josh and Mike have mad puzzling skills, and having them get recognized by the bouncer is a nice touch.
  • The audio mix in the first bar is great, keeping the likely deafening club music to a polite distance as Josh sits sadly alone.
  • Mike also returning to the bar for his dick is a nice touch that complements his dick pic speech and recantation in “Traib” wonderfully. It’s not enough to make up for the rest of the sequence, but at least the episode ends well.

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George Clooney and his new wife, Amal Alamuddin, are the talk of the town. But, it’s not all good things, as there’s also talk about their “bizarre” age gap: him 53, her 36.

In fact, a Boston Globe report went a step further to chart Clooney’s age difference history with previous girlfriends, the average being 9.73 years.

What about Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes, who were 16 years apart when they were married? Or, Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones, who are 25 years apart in age?

In their defense, I hardly grew up dating or crushing on men close to my age group. I always seem to date guys between 10 to 20 years older than me, and from my relationships comes some of the best memories and experiences.

I still get the common response from my friends: “He’s too old for you! Why would you date someone that old?” I’ve also had a few people in my life suggest that I do it because I am a “gold digger.”

So, the broad answer is this: To clarify, I’m not dating older men because I am a “gold digger.” It’s more important for me to pull my own weight and be financially stable. I have nothing against guys my age; I have tried dating them, but I have constantly come across the following:

– They’re not ambitious enough, or they don’t have a go-getter attitude.

– They’re not financially stable.

– They still want to date around.

– They have had baby mama or ex-wife drama.

– They don’t have their sh*t together.

I’m not saying every guy in my age group is like this, but overall, my personal experience hasn’t been fulfilling for me. I started my media career at age 9 at a community TV station and my ambition level went up from there.

I save and invest my money; I’ve never been married and I have no kids. I had a normal childhood, but I have been living in the “adult world” since I was a kid. The only thing probably missing in my life is a partner, a published book and an owned property… maybe even a small business?

To elaborate even further, I’m an only child, and growing up, I never had many close friends. I can count them on maybe a hand and a half. I was teased and picked on a lot from the kids at school.

I never babysat the kids in my neighborhood once; I couldn’t relate to kids at all. I’m 34 now and I still can’t relate to kids. I don’t know the first thing to do with a child. Not to mention, I have no patience for them.

But something I could relate to well was adults. My father was a businessman who ran a successful chiropractor practice. I was around adults all my life — events, parties, meetings — so I really knew it no other way.

I guess that’s where I began the attraction for the older man type, and it used to freak my mother out. I would crush on older guys when I was 13, but I really didn’t start actually dating an older guy until I was 26; he was 40.

That relationship was fun and short-lived, but what I’ve learned since then has taken me a long way when dating older men. At the end of the day, I need to do what’s best for me.

Here are a list of pros and cons to consider if you decide to date older:


He’s More Experienced in Life

Whether it’s in his career, knowledge acquired overtime, relationships or even in the bedroom, this man knows what he’s doing and knows what he wants. He’s confident and can teach you a thing or two with his advice.

He’s Financially Secure

He may be older, but he’s learned a lesson or two about making money, saving money and balancing his checkbook. He cares about his future and even retirement.

He’s Emotionally Stable

The older men are the calmest human beings. This is great for me, since I am a whirlwind during the week and it balances me out. He’s been through multiple ups and downs in relationships, and his feelings are in check. Plus, he’s a great listener.

He Loves Romance

With endless kisses, hugs and soft lit candles, he goes the distance to make sure you are happy and satisfied. When I would go away on trips and had my guy take care of my apartment, I always came home to flowers on the table, chocolate or homemade gifts. Aw!

You Look Good Together

Besides feeling good together in public, you look great together, too. Even though there have been those people who have judged, you’ll be surprised that there are more people on your side than you think. I got this comment many times with my last relationship and felt even more confident hearing it.


He’s Set in His Ways

This is probably the most challenging thing to overcome when dating an older guy. With him, what you see is what you get. Although you can’t change a man (or even a woman for that matter), the key is to bend for one another so both of your needs are fulfilled.

He’s Afraid of Commitment

When you come across an older man and learn he’s single, have you ever found yourself saying to your friends, “There’s a reason he’s alone and still single”? There’s always a reason, but the best thing is not to push. If it’s meant to be, it will be. For now, have fun and see where it might lead.

He Gets Compared To a Father Figure

This comment might make him and even you feel insecure. The important thing is how you two feel about one another and the good times you share. And don’t call him an “old man,” even if you’re joking; it will only make matters worse!

He Feels He Has “Power” in the Relationship

Personally and professionally, he has one up on you and may think only he has a right to call the shots in the relationship. It’s nice once in a while to let the man take the lead, but it shouldn’t be a power struggle. You both have something equally to give one another.

He’s Not the Life of the Party

He loves spending time with you, but may want to call it an early night instead of going to the next big party. Try to find the balance between going out and staying in.

Stay in for a couple nights by making dinner and watching a movie and doing one extreme outing during the week, even if it’s just for a bit. If he can’t, that’s what your friends are for!

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I ve got to agree with some of the others. This is not about dating an older man. Seven years? Bah! That is not a big deal if you are compatible and have shared interests in the first place. I know. I married a man more than 15 years my senior and it was a good marriage. No, the biggest problem I had, when I was dating him, was dealing with all the women his age who thought I needed to leave him alone and find someone my own age. In short, let us have a crack at him . Veiled catty statements to actually physically coming between us at social events. I just smiled and kept my mouth shut. He married me and together we had a wonderful life and a beautiful child. Yes, I m a widow now. That is something that can happen when you share a life with an older man. But I wouldn t change a moment.

Wait a minute! Not wanting to go back and redo stuff you ve already done years before, is not the same thing as not wanting to do new stuff. It may be new to you but it isn t new to him. This guy isn t afraid to try new things . He s older than you, and knows (from having been there, done that ) that some of the stuff you want to do is silly and a waste of time.

But, the I like this, but you like that problem may exist in every relationship, and you have to work it out

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I ve dated a man who s 12 years older than me (he lied about his age when we first met). Never again would I ever date an older man. They have trust issues, health problems, set in their ways, treat you like a child instead of a partner the sex is the pits.

Gosh, older men sound boring and cheap thank you for your warnings

44 is what you consider old. that makes me laugh .I thought this was about an OLDER man, not someone barely started in his career. the points are good and really not just for when with an OLD man. It s good for ANY time in life!

I just got out of a 3 year relationship with an older man (We ve had so many break ups to make ups, Im pretty much over the making up and getting back together part), and there were some really good things about it, but at the same time older men could be annoying lol Depending on the age difference or individuals, u could be in 2 different places in your lives..

how about the obvious. don t get with someone you re not compatible with. you shouldn t have to compromise yourself and pretend to like things. smh has nothing to do with age, but everything to do with love and compatibility. you can have more in common with someone older than someone your own age. that s my experience.

This is my current situation. Nov 23th we ll be celebrating 6 years together♥. We still have so much fun together! I wanted a childless man, cause I know these psycho baby mamas can be a headache lol. He has 2 children. I have an amicable / cool relationship with his son. Maybe the baby mama still loves my man, cause she has done some crazy things ( a jealous woman of course. I understand that) to separate us. Her crazy things have made our relationship stronger. I have to thank her for that lol. He s my man and my bro (good friend). He treats me like a queen. I ve learned so much from him. He taught me how to cook. I watch Jamie Oliver show. I am a great cook now! I love cooking!

On the DON’T MAKE HIM FEEL TOO OLD, OR MAKE YOURSELF LOOK TOO YOUNG . I m 26 and I dress my age. I m a fresh girl. People think I m 19-20. Maybe cause I m short. I hate heavy make up. I only use eyeliner and lipstick. My man is 46 (I didn t know his age when we started dating) and people think he s in his 20s. My friend even asks me if he s studying at my university (that time I didn t tell her my man s age) lol. I say: Do you! If you re in your 20s, you don t have to dress up like a lady of 30. I m a fresh simple girl. What you see is what you get.

Just out of curiousity, who is considerd an older man ? Because women are mentioning men 7 years older than them. I always thought an older man was a man that was 15 plus years older, like old enough to be your father type of older lol

Great topic i ve been dating a man 7 years older than me for 4 years, and I can agree with a couple of the pages, only thing is since he s less than 10 years older than me pop culture nostalgia is pretty similar for us plus he didn t really watch tv in the 90 s so I got more memories than him in that aspect age is nothing but a number maturity and immaturity knows no age

I really needed to read this article. I just recently started dating an older man(he s 35, I m 28) and I m starting to see some of the differences as opposed to dating someone closer to my age. It s nothing bad, just things that I m not used to, for example he s very open and honest with his feelings for me and sometimes it s a little hard to process since I m used to dealing with guys that don t tell anyone how they feel, but it s refreshing to be able to be real with someone without playing games to keep them interested. It s a new experience I m enjoying so far.

I wouldn t consider that to be an older guy. 10 years or more is an older guy.

If the guy is open with his feelings, that is what you want. You are just used to guys who are playing you. That s a good thing,

Is it just me? I feel like this article is a personal essay. Some things are way too specific like the guy being 44 years old and how she does things to make a good impression like cooking elaborate meals, pretending to enjoy baseball and agreeing to watch old war movies. I sense that this girl is venting and needs to break up with her boo especially if all he wants to do is sit at home and eat rice. LOL Old or not, that s just lazy and he s just not that into you. My parents have been married 30 years and you bet yo a** my father does not sit at home and eat rice.


Come again? Don t make yourself look too young? Ummm maybe it is because YOU ARE. Don t make him feel old? Seriously. Tell those cradle robbers to go date someone their own age if this is a concern. SMDH! Stupid article. Who wants a Dinosaur? Young women like youth too!

Who wants a Dinosaur? lololol
Although funny and true in many cases, this has to be one of the more ageist statements I ve seen in quite some time.
Still funny shyt though.

great topics you think of, this is my current situation so far has been life changing, not for everyone like you said but a thumbs up for me.

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To women, we men can seem like a bit of an enigma. If you call us too often, you re pushy. If you don t call us enough, you re cold. Figuring out what is going on in a guy s mind in the first few weeks of dating would really help a woman feel more assured, knowing that she is in control of the situation. But exactly how do you find out without asking him outright and getting a look like you ve just asked him to marry you? How can you turn an awkward first date with the man of your dreams into the relationship you ve dreamed of? Well here are a few tips to get you moving in the right direction.

Never empty your glass You might be shaking like a leaf and nothing would settle your nerves more than to knock back the glass of wine on your table, but trust me, it s not worth it. If you want to stay in control of the date and keep him interested then take it easy and don t overindulge. If your date becomes your boyfriend then there will be plenty of opportunities for both of you to let your hair down. But a guy will most likely be a little scared if you knock back a few shots before dinner.

Never invite us in after a first date Yes of course we will ask you but that doesn t necessarily mean we want you to say yes. A kiss on your doorstep is enough to reassure us that you are interested but if you invite us in for the night we will start to wonder if this happens to every guy you date. This is a bit of a subconscious thing with men, and although we think we want to spend the night at your place after a first date, in the cold light of the morning after we will be relieved that it didn t happen.

Forget Facebook If you want to let your friends know how much you loved that latte on the way to work this morning, or share a photo of the most adorable kitten playing a guitar that s well and good. But do you really want a guy you just met to see all those old photos you ve been tagged in? Do you really want him to know why your boss upset you so much today or how much weight you want to lose this year? Well he doesn t want to know those things just yet so retain a bit of mystery and don t send him a friend request until he has started introducing you as his girlfriend, speaking of which

Pay attention to the introductions We guys are extremely territorial (even though we may not know it) and once we ve come to the conclusion that this is the woman we want, we ll start saying things like This is my girlfriend, Sarah . Once he has started calling you his girlfriend, babe, woman, or even his other half, he won t stop, and has laid all his cards on the table without even realising it. Now you know he s taking this thing seriously and you can probably stop calling it dating and start using the word relationship.

Don t call him everyday It may from time to time seem as though the male half of the population hasn t fully grasped the concept of staying in touch but trust me we know how to call you when you haven t called us. If you call constantly to just check in then the chances are he ll feel smothered within a week and will lose interest or just assume you are plain desperate. No matter how much you want to call, don t! If you don t call he ll start to panic and think that you have a life that doesn t revolve around him which leads us to

Do your own thing Never make us the centre of your world. Men love doing their own thing, and they love a woman who does her own thing even more. Hang out with your friends, go for a meal with your sister, have drinks after work, and after a certain amount of time you will both start doing many of these things together but take it slowly and don t rush into spending every evening with your new man. He will want his own space and really appreciate you if you give it to him.

Commitment scares the hell out of us Of course there are men out there that will disagree but the vast majority of us are scared stiff of the future. A week in advance, or possibly a month, is usually as far as we are willing to commit after a few weeks or even months of dating. But just because we are scared of it doesn t mean we don t want it. It may take a guy a lot longer to realise that you are the one but patience is a virtue found often in a woman, so take it easy and let him decide when he is ready to commit.

Now you re armed with these tips you should be feeling a little more confident about embarking on the roller coaster ride that is the dating game but it s worth remembering (and here s the twist) that not all guys are the same. A bad relationship you had in the past should stay exactly there, in the past! Give a new guy a chance and let him prove that not all men are the same.

So how many of the above tips will be helpful to you on your next date? Well half the fun is finding out isn t it?

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How to Be a Man in Your Online Dating Profile

As much as some of us hate to admit it, online dating is here to stay. Many companies have great success rates for relationships and marriage, and I’m glad technology has the ability to aid some of us in finding true love.

Yet true love also still eludes many of us involved in online dating.

One of the biggest advantages these sites supposedly offer is volume. You can sort through five or more supposedly “highly qualified leads” — in some cases daily. The question is, whose definition of highly qualified are we talking about?

Certainly not mine, and according to the women in my circles, not theirs either.

It’s not so much that the gentlemen themselves aren’t high quality (though some aren’t) — it’s the marketing. Bad pictures, poorly written profiles, and misleading information make it frustrating or annoying to sort effectively. For example, the guy who “wants a relationship” but by all other factors in his profile is clearly looking for a hookup. That’s fine, but own it! Don’t say you want a relationship if you don’t.

If you want to be a man in your online dating profile and truly use the site(s) to attract the woman of your dreams, here are some suggestions. Actually, even if you’re on the site just to date, trust me, gentlemen, you’ll have better results if you make these few minor adjustments:

1. Stop taking half-naked photos of yourself in the bathroom mirror.

Half the time, the flash blocks the picture. And seeing a toilet, dirty shower, and you standing in a 4′ x 6′ box is mos def not a turn on.

Now, if you’re laid out in a hot tub in a beautiful bathroom with a view of the ocean behind it, that’s a different story. Look, we do want to see your hot bod, but get a friend to take a few pix at the gym or a sporting event. Stay out of the bathroom! We really don’t want to think about what went on in there before or after you took the picture.

2. Write more than a paragraph if you actually want a date.

Two sentences is fine for a booty call. But if you check the box “wants a relationship” and then don’t take the time and effort to write a decent profile, the message we receive is: “I’m looking for a hookup” and “I use love to get sex.”

Actually, that last part is giving you too much credit — it would require self-awareness.

3. Open with more than, “Hi” when you send an email.

For goodness sake, what kind of lazy introduction is that? Sure, it works at a party; we’re face-to-face, making eye contact. We can feel or not feel the chemistry, and usually go right into a conversation about what’s happening where we are.

But online, all I have is your profile. With just “Hi,” I have to assume you’re disinterested, bored, or simply inarticulate. No matter what your excuse is for not writing more, it’s lame and a turn off. I can’t tell you how many women just don’t respond to guys who just write one word.

4. No photos with shades.

You are not famous.

There are no paparazzi.

Take off your sunglasses and let us see the real you.

5. Stop tipping a 40 to your homies!

Taking pix of yourself on the way to being drunk off your ass is not inspiring. We’re not in college anymore and this isn’t a frat. Which leads right into:

6. Stop putting up pix of you with the gaggle of girls you were hanging out with during your drunken escapades.

I’m not interested in how you are with all women. I’m interested in how you interact with me. You might be God’s gift to the party girl, but how are you with a real woman, outside the bar? Other women in profile pix = no-no. Do you really want to see all the men I’ve been with before?

7. Your profile should not have a disclaimer about what you don’t want.

If you find yourself listing the faults of all your exes, get counseling or coaching. You aren’t over them. And chances are, you’ve been the source of all that drama you claim you don’t want.

Hey, let’s face it: You’re the consistent factor in all your relationships. So it can’t be all “her” fault.

8. Please have photos that were taken at least within the past year or two.

There’s nothing worse than showing up and discovering that I can’t even recognize you in the restaurant. You look nothing like your online photo because. it was taken in 1997.

9. You try to be flirty, but it’s actually crass.

Like, “Your a beautiful woman Ivy. I can’t wait to meet you and suck those big a– tit-s you got.”

ICK! Yes, some idiot actually sent that to me as a text. In his defense, I think he was under 30.

That’s actually no excuse. Never mind.

10. Fricking ask for my number.

Don’t give me yours. It feels weak. If we were out in the real world, you’d ask (I hope). Just because we’re online doesn’t mean the rules are different.

You are the boy; I am the girl. Boy asks girl for her number.

11. If you ask for my number, make the call and ASK ME OUT.

I’m on the site to date and/or presumably to find a mate. Aren’t you? I don’t want a pen pal or phone sex buddy. And we’re not teenagers who need to hide behind texting until we “feel comfortable” enough to talk. We’re grown-ass adults.

Lead, goddammit! Lead!

12. Don’t “favorite me,” “want to meet me,” or “like” my profile.

This is not Facebook, and it’s not junior high. Just because sites have those options doesn’t mean you have to use them. Man up and make contact. Tell me you liked what you saw and read, and make a connection.

I am not going back to look at the 100 men who claim they “want to meet me.” I will respond to men who actually take the time to write more than “Hi,” and introduce themselves as possible suitors.

As a coach, I encourage women to “know their brand” of femininity. If you don’t like to cook, the pictures on your profile shouldn’t show you in an apron, holding up an apple pie. And if you want a relationship, you shouldn’t put your pole-dancing pictures up. Not because women who pole dance aren’t marriage-minded, but because like it or not, we all have some social norms and stereotypes to which we ascribe. (Like the fact that most men probably don’t want to marry a woman whose pole-dancing pix are all over Zoosk).

The same goes for men. I’m going to make assumptions about your manhood (so to speak) from everything you do (or don’t) do online. If you:

Put up recent pictures up that show your eyes (and not your lavatory);
Put thought into your profile;
Message me directly with something thoughtful;
Get my number, and
Ask me out

then you’re proving you’re not afraid to take the lead. You’re demonstrating that you know how to do this whole taking-care-of-a-woman thing from the start.

You’re showing me you’re not a manchild. You’re a MAN.

Man Seeking Woman Examines How It Feels To Be Single, Dating And Rejected: NPR #executive #dating

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‘Man Seeking Woman’ Examines How It Feels To Be Single, Dating And Rejected

On Man Seeking Woman. Jay Baruchel plays Josh, who is getting used to dating again after a breakup.

Describing Man Seeking Woman, the new comedy series premiering Wednesday on the FXX cable network, isn’t going to be easy.

On the one hand, it’s pretty straightforward: In the opening moments, a young man named Josh, played by Jay Baruchel from Undeclared, is sent packing by his now ex-girlfriend. The rest of the episode, and presumably the series, has him weaving his way through the tricky currents of dating in the 21st century — enduring blind dates, attempting pickup lines and checking out dating websites and phone apps for potential new acquaintances and experiences.

But on the other hand, Man Seeking Woman is as devoted to examining how it feels to be single and dating and rejected as to what actually occurs. This very unusual new TV series is inspired by The Last Girlfriend on Earth, a collection of darkly comic, and proudly bizarre, short stories by Simon Rich, who’s one of the show’s writers. So while portions of Man Seeking Woman tell a literal narrative, other parts are more impressionistic, even surrealistic. Very few television shows have ventured into this territory regularly, and successfully — Ally McBeal, with its fantasy sequences, was one. Louie, currently on the FX network, with Louis CK slipping into occasional digressions of whimsy, poetry and existentialism, is another.

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It uses the visual vocabulary of film and TV, and the freedom of sketch comedy, to explore a mood — even if, and sometimes especially if, it doesn’t make any literal sense.

Man Seeking Woman is a cross between an early Woody Allen comedy and a very edgy late-night comedy sketch — which may be why Saturday Night Live creator Lorne Michaels is an enthusiastic executive producer of this series. It uses the visual vocabulary of film and TV, and the freedom of sketch comedy, to explore a mood — even if, and sometimes especially if, it doesn’t make any literal sense.

When Baruchel’s Josh Greenberg is dumped by his girlfriend, he walks around with a cloud over his head, raining on him on an otherwise clear day. When his sister sets him up with a blind date, he sees that date as a monstrous little troll — and she looks and acts like one, even in a fancy restaurant. And when he accepts an invitation to a party held by his ex, he has to meet and endure her new boyfriend. Of course, Josh is going to think this new guy is a lot worse a match for her than he was — but Josh sees it, and so do we, as an extreme case. When his friends meet him at the door of the party, they let him know the identity of the new boyfriend: an old man in a wheelchair named Adolf. As in Hitler. Josh is dismayed and says, “Isn’t there, like, a pretty big age difference between them?” When a woman calls him jealous, he says: “I’m not jealous, I just don’t like Adolf Hitler. He murdered millions of people.”

Man Seeking Woman is a cross between an early Woody Allen comedy and a very edgy late-night comedy sketch. Jay Baruchel (left) plays Josh; Eric Andre plays Mike. Michael Gibson/FXXhide caption

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Man Seeking Woman

Performers include: Jay Baruchel, Eric Andre, Britt Lower, and Maya Erskine.

TV show description:
A romantic comedy, this series takes a sweet yet surreal look at the life-and-death stakes of dating.

It follows naïve twenty-something Josh Greenberg (Jay Baruchel) on his unrelenting quest for love. With a crappy job, Josh soldiers through one-night stands, painful break-ups, a blind date with a troll, time travel, sex aliens, many deaths and a Japanese penis monster named Tanaka on his fantastical journey to find love. His friends and sister help him navigate the nightmarish hellscape that is dating in your twenties, as he slowly learns to stand on his own two feet.

Mike Bunk (Eric Andre) is Josh s confident and daring best friend. He s everything that Josh is not and has an expense account and an insatiable lust for women. Mike serves as the devil on Josh s shoulder.

Liz Greenberg (Britt Lower) is Josh s successful and intimidating older sister. She s a corporate lawyer with an excellent boyfriend who she still finds time to hit the gym each morning. She spends her free time nudging Josh to get off the couch and get his act together.

Maggie Lee (Maya Erskine) is Josh s ex-girlfriend and the love of his life. Maggie has quickly moved on from their four-year relationship while Josh is still haunted by her memory (sometimes literally). Only when Josh has started to recover from his breakup does Maggie re-enter the picture, turning his life upside down once again.

Series Finale:
Episode #TBD
This TV series has not ended yet.
First aired: TBD

What do you think? Do you like the Man Seeking Woman TV show? Do you think it should be cancelled or renewed for another season?

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