I’ve lived Toronto-adjacent for 22 of my 24 years, but people I know who live in the city proper  people of diverse ages, genders, backgrounds, and sexual orientations  consistently report that Toronto is a terrible city for dating. There are a bunch of theories as to why floating around, mostly in the form of thoughtpieces offering ideas that are by no means unique to the city (“people are too career-focused!” “women outnumber men!”), but I think the core problem is that Toronto is a small city that thinks, and acts, like a big city.

A friend of mine described Toronto as “a city of human subtweets,” an identifier I stole shamelessly when Leo posted about Toronto men. New York-style haughtiness and directness works when you’re living in a city of 8 million, where you can go to the same Williamsburg gay dive bar or LES reggaeton party two weekends in a row and see an entirely different crowd of people each time. It’s less tenable in a city where every single person you would conceivably want to date is, realistically, no more than two degrees of separation away from you at any given time.

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Leslie Hall – Tight Pants Body Rolls (736,161 plays)

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The ultimate “this could be us but u playin”

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Sorry, Charli.