This week's cover story | Singles Issue
Here's a sneak peek at what's coming up in this week's Time Out Chicago, on newsstands tomorrow:
Dating isn't easier at any age—the challenges just change. According to our single writers, dating in your twenties means reconciling selfishness with wanting someone to sleep next to at night; dating in your thirties, at least for women, means dealing with a scarcity of dateable men (i.e., neither married nor deadbeat); and for middle-aged gay men, dating in Boystown means...welll, you really should just leave Boystown.
Actually, I take back my statement about dating not getting easier. It does become a lot simpler and more fun when you're a senior citizen living in a retirement home. So...just hang in there for a while?