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She is a certified knick-knack enthusiast, lowkey awkward, and watches slime videos in her spare time.
Nathalie is currently on her first your — EVER– across New England and New York, and isn’t freaking out at all. Clown Princess of the Gerund & No Fux Given award winner AMBER TORTORELLI is a great artist and excellent sport and has agreed to act as Bachelorette for the evneing.
If you've ever used a dating app, you know that half the fun and sense of satisfaction comes from the amount people vying for our attention.
‘Loveologist’ and sex expert Wendy Strgar argues that there are techniques you can use to identify dating app posters with true relationship potential.
Let’s see if someone wins a date (all expenses paid trip to Wendy’s drive thru & Redbox) and see if we can avoid the dead-end date this Valentine’s Day Week. We kinda don’t, but we believe in loving the chase!
Giving up the search for the instant perfect match in favor of engaging more deeply with every match you agree to is one way to get to know what you are looking for more intimately.While we keep thinking about the possibility of a better choice still waiting out there, we miss both the moment we are in and the person in front of us.We tell ourselves that if we go through enough people, we will suddenly land on the perfect match.But when we fall into the practice of speed-ranking people on first view, it prevents us from taking the time to get to know the interesting, sometimes quirky, always imperfect parts of the other who, like us, is seeking love and connection.Perfection rarely shows itself like a shooting star.
POETRY FEATURE: NATHALIE IRMER is a poet from the Southside of Chicago whose art explores the intersections of her identities and experiences as a queer, black woman.