Dating a crazy woman
I am a firm believer that the solution for meeting more people is online dating.I'm a veteran online dater, and I'm here to tell you the stories from the trenches and dispel the horror myths surrounding online dating."Crazy" remains one of those terms directed almost exclusively toward women.While men can be "passionate," "hardheaded" or "angry," none of those are quite the same brilliant catch-all -- able to both stop a conversation in its tracks and sum up everything that's wrong with someone.
One more revealed a sample of fathers to have stronger emotional reactions to "heartwarming material" than mothers, when hooked up to monitors.
(As in, "[Ex-girlfriend's name] just turned crazy and we broke up.
I dunno." ) "Crazy" does more than say, "We weren't compatible," or "I didn't agree with her," though.
Throwing around "crazy" like it doesn't connote actual mental instability only helps stigmatize everyone with real mental health issues.
Writing at Think Progress, Jessica Goldstein wonders aloud whether we've entered a new era, where women just don't give a f*ck whether you call them crazy or not.
Of course, in order to get laid, you have to know where to go for your hookup dates—and we don’t mean picking a location to meet up!