And about how I had all of this cool data that showed that there were actually more single men in New York, and they were probably just hiding indoors playing video games?
And that time I showed how I was completely kind of horribly somewhat wrong, and that Manhattan is nothing but an island-nation of nothing but women?
Now it’s time to take a look at the other half of the puzzle: the ratio of single men to single women in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Note: This is all fiercely heteronormative, and I’m sorry about that, but such is the data bestowed by the US Census Bureau.
“You meet through friends, maybe stay [after friends leave] longer, kiss, and then next day, you ask the person out,” she says.
“There’s no conversation around like ‘What is this?
If you’d like to see a hilarious side effect of this, scroll down to the last image. Very much the opposite of what we found about New York, where the core of Manhattan was primarily single women.
Tun zu können, was man will, ist eine knappe Beschreibung unserer alltäglichen “Freiheit”: die ungehinderte Ausführung der eigenen Handlungsabsichten, Abwesenheit von Zwang oder Behinderung.In Sunday’s debate with Hillary Clinton, Trump insisted it was all “just words” and that he had never groped a woman.But at least three women have now come forward to contest that dismissal, telling news organizations he groped them in personal encounters at his home, at Trump Tower in New York, and on a commercial flight.Use the age range sliders to get it to an area that’s meaningful to you, I’ve started it off at 20-34. The only outpost with an excess of single women in San Francisco is Pacific Heights, although if you believed Wikipedia’s list of Notable Residents it’d be 80% male (cough).SF’s Chinatown, which the racial dot map and Wikipedia point to as to the upper right of the word “San Francisco,” is actually far more gender-neutral than similar immigrant communities we found in NYC. Right over the bay, Oakland mixes it up a bit while Berkeley is a nice little gender melting pot.Für einen kurzen Moment trat die kleine Reichsstadt Reutlingen auf die Bühne der Weltgeschichte: Als im Juni 1530 die „Confessio Augustana“ unterzeichnet wurde, standen dort auch die Unterschriften zweier Reichsstädte – die des reichen Nürnberg und die Unterschrift des Reutlinger Bürgermeisters Jos Weiß.