There’s a big difference between how the world perceives singles and the reality of who single people really are.
I found his question particularly confounding because I’d been to one of his parties a few months earlier. If “hot women” meant women like those, then my answer would be, “Absolutely not!”
While the majority of singles events deserve the reputation, the majority of single people do not. One of my biggest challenges is convincing people that SingularCity is different from the same-old same-old. What we are is a diverse group of people who have decided to enjoy life regardless of our relationship status. We come in different colors, shapes, ages, with different backgrounds and varying degrees of physical beauty ― but we share one commonality: we live in a neurotic culture that tries to convince us that we’ll never be complete unless we’re married.
Well, singulars are refusing to buy into that old idea. We’ve made a choice to lead happy, successful and amazing lives regardless of our relationship status. We have careers, we travel, we’re involved in our communities and have a growing circle of friends. We’re free to pursue our dreams and free to realize our full potential because we’ve come to realize that our value is not contingent on whether or not we have a date on Saturday night. Our romantic relationships may come and go, but we remain intact and whole.
That, ladies and gentlemen, is what I call hot.
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