It’s from May 2014 – interestingly enough, I lived there then. The main thrust is there are a lot of guys in the city – more than there are women – and they have good jobs and plenty of money. As technologist and writer Jeff Reifman pointed out in a post titled “You’ve Got Male: Amazon’s Growth Impacting Seattle Dating Scene,” Amazon …
It wasn’t until another physical therapist remarked on my body awareness that I was inspired to ask for help with my arousal symptoms again.I’m not beautiful, I’m not rich, I have some baggage. But I’m not at like the guys described in this article.If anything, I’m damned near the opposite, and if what the women interviewed for the story have to say about themselves is true, I should, at least in theory, have had some luck landing at least the occasional first date.“The only thing that has changed is the increase in men I’d never want to go out on a date with.” I have no doubt that every word of this story is accurate. I was single at the time and was trying to find someone through online dating.I’ve talked on occasion about the “Seattle Freeze,” which I suspect is a tangentially related phenomenon, and the truth is the problem may be even worse than the writer indicates. Now, I’m not a perfect candidate for a single woman looking for a man, I know.
)—are making $80K or more a year for their second or third job out of college, and their presence was driving the rents up in Seattle to near New York City numbers.