It would simply be too exhausting” - or words to that effect.
The general view was that dating someone with different political opinions would just lead to arguments.
Brown didn’t list her age, something she regrets, as one of the people who DMed her was 15 years younger. Big nerd/cheap date.” One month into their matchmaking, Isser and Brostoff are set to meet for the first time Friday, when Red Yenta hosts a dating game at Verso Books in Brooklyn.
Skyler Cruz, 23, of Queen Village, said she tried to squeeze her personality into the ad. The yentas aren’t aware of anyone who’s found love through their accounts yet, but some users say the ads have sparked, at this point, conversations.
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The site, which is currently just a Facebook page, is a new dating platform for socialists, communists, anarchists and anyone who thinks that OKCupid and other dating sites are “too bourgeois.” Its main goal is to link people of similar political persuasions, and after getting more than 4,000 likes in 10 days, it’s now hoping to become an actual website and app.
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It has attracted thousands of so-called leftists who use the site to upload a photo, write a typically jokey post and invite others to get in touch via Facebook.
A classic comment reads: “I guess I will give it a shot.
C., admitted to being “mostly ethically non-monogamous but not very good at ethics.” A man in Shippensburg, Pa., signaled that he’s looking for a situation where they can be “more than comrades,” and included this note: “vegan if it comes to that.” A nonbinary “baby anarchist” in Mexico City put this in their bio: “a tad religious, super queer, early 20s.