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bad for people to be that rude — in this small pool, many said they expect to run into former dates in a professional context later on.
“Who knows…He might be a good business contact” is something I heard from more than one woman (but interestingly, not from any men). When asked why they date, few people had clear goals such as “I want to get married and have kids within a few years” or “I’m just in it for sex! ” — aka FOMO — seems to be the reason most people date, particularly with the help of online dating.
They say some men equate a girl accepting a drink or going out on a date with consent for sex.
It’s hard to afford a place of your own in Miami — according to Bloomberg, only 8% of rental units here are available to young professionals if they are spending only the recommended maximum of 30% of their income on housing. Latino parents are generally more welcoming to their adult children than gringo parents, so there’s less pressure on the financially strained to move out.
And while women don’t seem to expect to be treated by guys all the time, men feel the financial pressures of dating.
One woman who was widowed at 27 and is back at the dating game three years later was the most positive person I encountered. I love meeting people and I’ve had great experiences,” she said to me. ” Interestingly, everyone seems to discriminate against Miami locals who have never moved away — particularly other locals!
I heard from women that local Miami men who never moved away are “kind of ghetto bros” that “haven’t grown up,” while men thought Miami women who stayed put weren’t as worldly — “they eat sushi with mayonnaise” one man told me.If going dutch doesn’t seem like a guy’s thing, treating him may be a strategy to consider.