Archive for Category: "men"
If I were given a dollar every time a woman told me that she was too scared to travel to Morocco or the Middle East/North Africa region (MENA) alone (or even with female company), I could finance another month-long trip to Morocco. This attitude saddens me so much, because I know firsthand how much these women are missing out on.
Liz Tuccillo, writer for Sex and the City and co-author of He’s Just Not That Into You goes to Paris to learn about the dating scene. She discovers that in Paris, when a man asks a woman to get drinks, he might just to be asking her to get drinks. Most likely, it’s not actually a date
My name is Kylie Genter, and I am single. There are several reasons for this, the main reasons being my repulsive personality coupled with my general disinterest in men who are not celebrities or fictional characters from TV shows and movies.
It is a truth universally acknowledged (exempting some close-minded xenophobes) that travel broadens your cultural understandings of the world. The more people, sights, and ideas one is exposed to, the more fuel to ignite curiosity and the stronger the desire to make sense of it all
Two years after the Arab Spring, I traveled to Egypt with my partner Rick Steves. Ten days gave us ample opportunity to learn quite a bit about this beautiful and troubled, post-revolution country. Since that trip, the political and social scene in Egypt has changed drastically once more. My friends over there (both men and women) hold tight to their hope for positive outcomes