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I had been in Berlin a few days already when I met up with three friends of mine from college who have been living there since graduation.
Gus is from the States, Pauline grew up in Paris, and Adela grew up in Tel Aviv. I’d had some frankly very boring experiences out in Berlin the two nights prior. I mean, sure, Germans have a reputation as cold and machine-like, but really? People just don’t care who you are,“ Pauline explains. You dance by yourself.” That’s what it felt like inside the clubs so their explanations made a lot of sense. “All of my friends here who are single are really like desperate. She says she had never heard of anyone going on a date.
She got too close, too soon or indicated that she would eventually.
Often, women don’t even realize when they’re showing signs of a clingy tendency.
Dudes tend to assume that I haven't dated a lot in my life -- or the opposite, that I'm always up for casual sex because I'm desperate for attention.
They often come into a relationship believing that my past partners have been abusive or unfaithful, or that my current partner isn't interested in sex and that's why we're poly.
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“Once people are committed they are really committed to each other.
Whereas in New York, everyone wants to still play the field even if they’re dating somebody,” Gus notes.
People don’t talk to each other in Isn’t that the point of going out? And Adela agrees, “Yeah, they’re just like okay, let the girl be there. Gus says she could think of one friend of hers that she knows who has gone on a date, “but it’s not like you can sit in a café here and have some guy come give you his number. ” says Gus, Pauline laughing in agreement on her right.
I had spent a full weekend going to bars and clubs, and was not chatted up even once. “It doesn’t seem like people here really flirt with each other,” I tell them. That’s not going to happen.” Pauline agrees, “Yeah, no, it’s never going to happen.” Gus and Adela both recount experiences of having men ask them for their business card at work and asking them out via text, email, or Facebook later. Pauline explains, “It’s like Scandinavia – people make the move very quickly from dating to moving in together but the way to even getting together is like…