Speed dating san francisco library
Speed dating is not confined to people who identify with a certain way of eating.
The Jewish community has long offered such match-making mixers for singles and the San Francisco Public Library recently ran its first literary speed dating events for 20- and 30-somethings, one for straights and one for gays, as reported in the .
These doctors found, from having participants fill out questionnaires, that what people said they wanted in an ideal mate did not match their subconscious preferences.
Could that mean that chemistry can top health-environment-animal-rights-ethical concerns?
This reporter flirted with donning her son’s “Meat is Murder” T-shirt, which felt a tad obvious and then promptly opted for her typical uniform (jeans, shirt, boots, all slogans) and headed to the vegetarian Saturn Café, the site of the meatless speed dating meetup. Can you imagine how awkward it would be for speed daters to have a reporter with notebook in tow chronicling, for public consumption, their attempts at meeting a soulmate over vegetable taquitos?
But, no worries, if these topics were even broached they were dispensed with quickly.
The event featured a self-described dating expert, Anna Hennings, 25, who has co-authored articles on the subject and counts among her credentials being raised by sex educators/therapists.
The organizers plan to tweak the format for future events.
“From a romantic-partner perspective, it seems like a waste of time for a 63-year-old to be mingling with a 22-year-old,” concurred Henning.That said, Brighten claimed the night a success with 24 tabulated matches.