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Until we reach that point, we'll settle for photos of Boeh-Losi's near-makeouts.Despite being married with two children (and another on the way), I’m not the person most friends come to for dating advice."Overall, we have slight differences, but what I am most thankful for is that we can have healthy, passionate debates without discrediting each other or taking anything personally," she said.
Over the weekend, I was talking to one of my single girlfriends, Meredith, who is so amazing it boggles the mind how she can possibly still be single.
She was walking through a subway station and noticed signs printed on the walls from women who declared themselves to be “on strike” the weekend of Trump’s Inauguration. Oh, just a few things like: “Emotional Labor, Childcare, Diapers, Housework, Cooking, Sweeping, Laundry, Dishes, Errands, Groceries, Fake smiles, Flirting, Makeup, Laundry, Shaving.” In short, they’re striking from life.
In response to one woman’s post about going on strike because she was a full-time wife and mother and also worked full-time, Meredith remarked “I’d kill to be in her situation. Count your blessings, lady.” Which got me thinking: How can Meredith and other women use this insight to their dating advantage?
Kristin Zanotti, a 24-year-old professional from Boston, identifies as a Democrat and vocal feminist and has been joyously paired with a Republican for almost two years.
"My new relationship with a Republican is easy-going, honest and happy.
Let’s meet.” Given the choice, how many American men would prefer a woman who has stopped shaving, smiling, and washing up their dirty dishes over someone like Meredith? Just twelve hours after editing her profile, Meredith checked in with an update about how her edits were affecting her popularity on the site: “It totally fricking worked.