Are all the "Man Diegans" hanging out in the wrong places?Do most of the women avoid bars, favoring other types of activities? In another thread, a fellow City-Data Forum member implied that the dating scene in San Diego is not good for men, telling me to google "Man Diego." Well, I did google "Man Diego," and all I found was an Urban definition stating, "Despite having beautiful weather and beaches it has very Asexual overtones due to its extremely conservative nature and dispropotionate number of males to females.It can intervene if it sees worrying trends or serious matters of concern. A link to our customer service arrangements is provided here.Please register to participate in our discussions with 2 million other members - it's free and quick!I was also younger and in my prime when I was living there (most of my 20's).
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Are all the "Man Diegans" hanging out in the wrong places? I am gay and have always been told SD is a great city for us...could this be the source of the expression?
Do most of the women avoid bars, favoring other types of activities? Truth be told, however, I have never heard of this expression before in the Gay community.
If you want to base the potential of your date strictly on local neighborhood stereotypes, odds are they’ll prove to be fairly accurate. You know, the time of year when you can hide that extra 10lbs under a sweater.
When you live in a city where people walk around in either yoga pants or a bathing suit almost every day of the year, fitness is key, so put down that cookie and hit the gym.
Hooking up is no problem, what with the alarming number of attractive single people, but settling into an actual relationship can be tricky, because of that thing we just mentioned.