FEMALE FEATURE Carrie Vallentine is a young writer from Sydney’s East The girls in the office usually chat about their love lives in the kitchen on a Monday morning. I try to stay away, as I’m currently single, and they ask way too many personal questions. Evelyn, a lovely but overly inquisitive accountant, asked me … More Don’t Be a Cheap Bastard
If you’ve been dating recently, you’d have met a British bachelorette. I’ve dated a few in my time, and all seemed lovely on the first date. For them, we’re a novelty. British gals have flooded Sydney; all of our major cities. Promised a better life in Australia, they’ve set their expectations of Australian men very … More The New Ten-pound Pom
Women are struggling to find good men. I work with a dozen women in my department. The majority are over 35 and single. At best, a couple of them have a boyfriend but one who just won’t commit. To their credit, they’re not players nor do they suffer misandria. They search, they date, they try. … More Are There Any Good Men Left in Sydney?
Single men, look inside. Don’t shy away. You’ve got some serious demons to fight. You’re single by choice. Complain all you want about how hard it is to find a good woman today, but what’s stopping you? Where does a single guy look? Is it through friends? Is it at work? Is it while engaging … More Women Are Not the Enemy