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"I did not match with anyone," Dao emailed me a week after the event, "but I am still very happy I attended and would totally do it again, if only for the great food and wine." Currently, Gagliardi is planning her next singles event for women."For the lesbian event, I'm thinking it'd be fun to do brunch," she said.
"It's nice to be out of the house and off Grindr," she said that night, very aware of San Francisco's gay dating black holes and conundrums.
Sure, you would think the odds are in a single woman’s favor.
This is especially true considering the fact that San Francisco has a higher ratio of males to females, not to mention there are over 20,000 more single men than women in the Bay Area.
We could be sitting at the hottest bar in San Francisco without one single man approaching us all night.
Sure, they will glance our way and make eye contact, but when it comes to asking someone out in person — not over a dating app — well, people just don’t do that in San Francisco.
"It can lead to a great conversation and maybe find out that you actually have a lot in common." According to a recent study conducted by the National Marriage Project, sharing common interests with your partner is a key indicator of a successful lifelong relationship.