My singles map gets updated every single year, and every time it’s the exact same result: you complaining ladies must be crazy. While there might be more single men in NYC than single women, they aren’t who you think.
Take a look at this map about what life is really like as a single person in NYC – it’s singles organized by age and zip code. Note #2: This data is from the Census Bureau’s American Community Survey, Table B12002. Men have a couple holdouts, with the blue chunk on the left and the one at the bottom.
So you’re here, you’re queer, and you want to hit the town.
We’ve got to tell you, being a lesbian in New York City is probably the best city in the country in which to be a lesbian.
Hurry, there’s still time left to nab a V-Day date!
There are single people out there who have yet to be nabbed!
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The small but eclectic and lively bar is a great place to meet that special guy…who happens to enjoy the company of lesbians.
Where the Ellens and Wandas of the lesbian world go to drink and dance, they often bring their guy counterparts.
Plus, it used to be that the only way lesbians could meet other lesbians was in gay bars.
Today, we’ve got Tinder and OKCupid and plenty of other dating apps that allow us to interact with each other from our beds.
The ones that include NYC also claim some New Jersey, maybe a little Pennsylvania, Long Island, etc. Let’s hop across the East River for a moment – in the 20-34 range up above, Williamsburg has a few more men and Greenpoint has a few more ladies, but if we adjust down to 20-29 the picture changes a wee bit. Hip, single, straight, female twentysomethings: you are doomed. Going back to the Chinatown-makes-Lower-Manhattan-blue observation, let’s examine the Outer Boroughs to see if we can find a trend…