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I’m all for being an independent woman and making — and spending — my own money.But some people are all about spending their honey’s money.For decades, San Francisco has been known to pave the way in terms of culture, food, politics, social issues, technology, music and so much more.While the idea of friends with benefits isn’t new, the people in the city — and all our casual sex/dating practices and Peter Pan–syndrome attitudes — are definitely changing the way we date.If you’ve read this far, I bet you’re thinking two things: this chick is crazy, and why would you ever date someone just to use them for where they live, because of how much money they have or because they have easy access to drugs?
I had a hairstylist in the city once tell me that one of the perks of the guy she was seeing was the fact that he owned his own house.
ike many people living in a major metropolitan city, I came here to make bank and add some sparkle to my résumé. While I was trying to get out of a bad relationship, I was offered a job in San Francisco.
But in addition to starting an exciting new job, I moved here with the intention of finding a new man.
Granted, he’s a bit older and owns his own law firm. ) While I was shocked, I definitely didn’t feel terrible ordering another cocktail or suggesting that we move on to a fancy restaurant.
He definitely made up for the other guys I was seeing, who, though they all live close to me, still suggest we go Dutch on dinners. But a healthy disposable income in a big city can buy a lot of fun.
So I decided to try my hand at dating with convenience and nonmonogamy / borderline polyamory in mind.