I do, because there is something upsetting about the idea that Harvard guys would outsource their party guests, affirming the cultural reality where the Harvard name works against women in social contexts. But I also acknowledge that there is no legitimate reason for my cynicism toward guys—or anyone—inviting people from outside of Harvard to its social events. I, too, find myself searching for non-Harvard men in my dating or more often, swiping endeavors, thanks to the wild hodgepodge of people that pop up within a five mile radius on my Tinder. While I am by no means averse to being romantically involved with men at Harvard, the past three years here have put made me ambivalent toward my dating prospects on campus.
Confessions of Dating a Harvard Man
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After dating a well-educated man this past summer, I discovered the beauty of conversations that reach further than the latest Supreme collaboration the hipster equivalent of football and have been hooked ever since. Just like designer gear, Ivy Leaguers demand a certain finesse and refinement, mixed in with cool factor for good measure. Here are some tips! Personality is key. Keep in mind, these guys spent their high school years studying, instead of developing personalities. After this, they spent all of college surrounded by chicks who had spent their own high school years studying, instead of developing personalities.
Matchmaker, make me a match
Last week, I asked four of my male friends whether they considered themselves feminists. All four said no. It was an issue of terminology, they said. I guess these are both fair responses. But, when three out of my four male friends agreed that a world vision in which half of our countries and companies are run by women and half of our households are run by men could never be realized, our differences graduated from lexicon to something much more fundamental.
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