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Lots of nice 27-35 gals go to those places after work. _______________________ Bowie, Md.: I am a busy professional woman in her 30s. But, you have to let them know they're not going to totally strike out (men have feelings, too). If you are not into the club scene, try coffee shops, like Tryst in Adams Morgan ... _______________________ NYC to WDC: I moved here from New York and find dating to be so much easier/better/nicer here. who knows, maybe with your coaching, you can help him find dating happiness. C.: I always hear great stories of people meeting at bookstores or coffee shops in other cities. and, I've never gone anywhere *looking* for a date. _______________________ Reality: Is it inappropriate for me to ask what your credentials are for speaking about the DC dating scene? If he says no, delete him from your Outlook, say "next! Where are the 30-ish women who are looking to settle down? But even if that is the case, it seems like everyone wants "friends with benefits" and that's it.

I notice that I attract more flirtatious activity from women when I am out with another women (friend or date) than when I am out alone or in a group of friends... C.: What is the ratio of single men to single women? On the Georgetown waterfront, try Mate, Degrees (at the Ritz) and Agraria. I didn't want to hurt his feelings by telling him I just wasn't that into him. (But I eventually just had to break up with him because he would not leave. Kelly Ann Collins: Try Stoli Raspberry and soda ... C.: I believe there is so much interest between people on trains -- why does no one ever talk to anyone? Kelly Ann Collins: Talking to people on trains can be a nice way to pass the time.

I think you should think about some females that don't have the initials K. _______________________ WDC: You're a "philanthropist" as well as a blogger, journalist, and social maven? like the Capital Club, which hosts events that lots of Republican gals (including the Bush Twins) attend. _______________________ Guy in Bethesda, Md.: The ratio seems to have a reverse-psychology associated with it. And, you should try some of the fun places in the Chinatown / Gallery Place area if you haven't ... Another interesting place (with a different scene) is the bar at The Mayflower hotel. actually does attract a high number of people who are socially awkward - policy wonks, over-achievers and the like. professionals who have constant access to the Internet) are always busy, and dating just isn't a top priority. When I was 23, I dated this guy that I used to try to push off on other girls, hoping he'd leave me.

According to recent Census Bureau data, the District has the lowest ratio of single men to single women in the nation. (And, who knows, you might meet someone.) I also think it would be a good idea to get out and mingle in person. Kelly Ann Collins: Where are you looking for these women? : This may not be your area of expertise, but where's the best place for a mid-30s gay man to meet new men to date? _______________________ Clarendon: The key to dating as a man in D. is to dress well, lie creatively and cover her tab. because a guy that is not a good boyfriend can still be a good friend. Kelly Ann Collins: I don't think we are less adventuresome. I've also met people at bookstores and coffee shops. If he gives you his card in return, it's probably a green flag. _______________________ Bowie, Md.: I think the male-to-female ratio in D. I am a black man and I moved here thinking there was a surplus of women.

In your opinion, what is the best venue...classifieds, computer dating or just good old supermarket singles scene? Go ahead and try a site, such as match.com, to get yourself back into the practice of talking to single women. _______________________ Arlington, Va.: I'm a single heterosexual guy, and my friends and I keep hearing about the imbalance in the female:male ratio in the D. So my question is: Where do all the single women go on Friday/Saturday night? I think I need to become more aggressive when I meat guys at parties and other areas by letting my interest known. I am tired with waiting for them to make a move and need to readjust my signals of availability. If you really think you like someone, have a mutual friendster introduce you. _______________________ Fish In Barrel: This is great..us fat, hairy and bald guys can have attitude and pick and choose. It's like fishing with grenades around here, a target rich environment. All you ex-homecoming queens and cheerleaders better be nice to us non-Brad Pitt guys or else you'll be sitting home alone waiting to be eaten by the cat. I see it as my duty to warn women about this unbalanced ratio ... And do you think men go through a "phase" with some of their relationships and then come out of it? Kelly Ann Collins: I have remained friends with lots of flipfloppers ... have run up to me on the street, tossed their biz cards from cars, fallen into me on the ice rink and whispered to me at museums. : Hey, the shy fella that likes to meet people in the real world. Kelly Ann Collins: A Wa Po love connection, perhaps? Do you think it is okay for a woman to approach a man and ask him for a date? Say hello, flirt a little, and then give the object of your affection your biz card. I am a 36-year-old man and have yet to see a predominance of women.

I try to get out as much as possible -- gym, dance classes, adult education classes, etc. Girls look at me like I'm crazy when I say I'm enjoying dating here, but I guess it's all relative! I dunno, I just think I am friendly and they see me as approachable. Make conversation with the guy or gal next to you (who is holding the "How To Flirt" book in the self-help aisle). _______________________ Arlington, VA: Maybe its just me, but I've noticed a severe lack of initiative in dating from both sexes. Get an i Pod, pretend you can't put your songs on it, then make an appointment for some one-on-one support.

But I am very shy to approach men or even make direct eye contact with them. Kelly Ann Collins: I have dated in NYC, too, and I agree that the guys here in D. _______________________ Capitol Hill: The problem here is no one knows how to flirt.