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And the divide between what men and women want is most pronounced in Vermont, where 65% of men and of women think men should cover the dating bill.
Of course, there’s always the other end of the scale.
Paying the bill doesn’t need to be a contentious moment – simply bring it up rather than skirting around the issue.
If you have particularly strong feelings, bring it up first and politely express your view," says Coetzee.
If she keeps talking about her ex then there's obviously still some drama going on there.
If she's on her phone a lot then she's not interested in you, she's interested in some other drama.
Splitting the bill could be a solution, but here too, men and women are divided.
While nearly 1-in-5 women (18%) prefer to go Dutch on dates, less than 1-in-10 men (7%) feel the same.
And above all you should wear what you're comfortable in, something that makes you feel good. That's surely a question that's baffled lesbians for centuries. I would like to think that straight people have the same dilemma nowadays in the age of gender equality. As you well know, the community can be quite tight-knit so it would be pretty gross to talk about other people.