Bay area granny dating
Playing around with the age ranges for the Bay Area, I set it to 50-64 and found a map that just plain made me giggle.Jonathan Soma is a Brooklyn based data wrangler who teaches everything from Thai cooking to the Loch Ness monster at the Brooklyn Brainery and runs a data code narrative program at Columbia’s Journalism School.The collection is hand sewn in SF with an aesthetic that appreciates the timeless beauty of the female form.Slip into a lacy bit and try not to dream of big curls, feathered fans, and soft-focus smirks.Note: This is all fiercely heteronormative, and I’m sorry about that, but such is the data bestowed by the US Census Bureau.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.Additionally, “single” according to the Census means anyone who isn’t married, so even long-term relationships don’t come into the picture at all. It’s singles by age and zip code in the SF Bay Area. And yes, this map doesn’t account for sexuality at all, so there are plenty of men in those blue zones with zero interest in women.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).
Her pieces flatter both the demure deer and total fox, which are perfectly articulated in dreamy imagery from photographer Hana Haley.
“There are tons more single women in NYC, and tons more single men in SF.
And, see, the two cities are only separated by a bunch of crappy airports, flight delays, and cheap roundtrip flights,” reads the company’s donation pitch on the crowd funding site Crowd Tilt.
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.
Again, race might play an issue here – last time we found that African-American communities seemed to have a higher percentage of single women, and the splits might be helped along by racial divides (Oakland [female] is more black, while Alameda [male] is more white/Asian). Sunnyvale, San Jose and Mountain View come up about even between single men and single women, while San Mateo is piles upon piles of single men and Fremont looks as blue as a perfect day at the seashore.
SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) – A dating company hopes to solve a matchmaking supply-and-demand problem by flying single New York women to San Francisco and linking them up with single men.