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Dating in this city can be a breezy bacchanal of sexual encounters with an interchangeable roster of gorgeous twenty somethings straight out of a CW drama, or an incestuous cesspool of exes and fuckboys where every new year brings you one more circle down the drain of being forever alone. “An always changing population due to military and students always coming and going (and other seasonal jobs).” “Halifax is a small university city so there's always stuff to do during the school year and even when students aren't around in the summer there are still things—although a bit less—going on in the city.It's small enough so meeting people is easy but that's also kind of a bad thing too: you can exhaust the dating pool more quickly as well.” “It appears that Haligonians have no idea what to do when it comes to their sexuality.
Other city's have such large gay populations but Halifax is a small community where everyone knows everyone.
Everyone is your age and in the same phase of life as you. Halifax is also a city that seems to always have something happening.
I never feel like there's a shortage of things to do or places to go.
This makes having a partner to explore and familiarize yourself with the only form of adventure.” “Girls over 30 have lost their confidence and go for douchebags, thinking they better cling to something.
Then they get hurt and are no good for the next.” “When I lived in Halifax, I always felt alone unless I was with friends. When I was single, I found that meeting people was miserable. People don't hate on you for thinking a certain way about things. In short, single in the city sucked.” “Halifax has a fantastic nightlife scene, perfect for the single Haligonian who's ready to put themselves on the line for love or lack thereof.
Apparently it is a very negative thing to be sexually liberal, but it is also a very negative thing to be sexually repressed.