Note: This is all fiercely heteronormative, and I’m sorry about that, but such is the data bestowed by the US Census Bureau.
If you’d like to see a hilarious side effect of this, scroll down to the last image. Very much the opposite of what we found about New York, where the core of Manhattan was primarily single women.
Remember that time I was blasting a startup for shipping single women from NYC to San Francisco?
And about how I had all of this cool data that showed that there were actually more single men in New York, and they were probably just hiding indoors playing video games?
Loneliness is awful, and unfortunately dating is sometimes worse.Each is glued to a smartphone, scrolling through selfies and groupies and all the other photos you usually come across in online dating profiles. “It’s amazing how people in San Francisco do not approach each other or look at each other, and they just hide behind what’s comfortable,” said Merrill, picking up her phone for emphasis.Megan Merrill has come across this scene countless times. Merrill, 30, is a dating coach who specializes in helping Bay Area professionals look beyond their smartphones and computer screens to make meaningful connections with other human beings.We're especially welcoming to folks who are new to this situation and new to the group.We’ll make sure to introduce you to other friendly people and make you feel at home.