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I melted when he laughed the first time…it was a “man giggle”, deep from the heart, and I loved it.

We met at a cool restaurant/pub, had a booth to sit in where we could linger over a glass of wine, then had dinner later, and had so much to talk about.

That or they just don’t have the capability to hold a great conversation to keep you interested. It is true that often I am the only girl at a company amongst 50 guys and you are right that is kind of a unique situation. However, it always seems to be a point of interest at first.

I’m not sure about “very attractive” but as a woman in silicon valley, during a company team dinner, we went around the table and were asked to thank the person next to us for what they contributed to the company. The truth is I actively try to be just another team member. There are lots of little unexpected issues that make you different: The fact that an American Apparel men’s medium t-shirt is not the same as a women’s small (which is somehow confusing).

So I am less concerned with the whole choosing men issue and more concerned with being perceived as just another skilled professional. Most people are in tech and you may have to work with them again even if you end up on a date and things go very badly.

So I think the key is to do everything out of sincerity and not focus on who got the last exit. I think you just figure out who you click with and see if you can stand one another after that.

But they just don’t know how to strike up a conversation or socialize.Some people were thanked for their leadership during times of crisis, for their hard work, a particular program they built. “So no I will not wear your startup t-shirt to work and yes it will be one of 50 startup tees in my closet designated for manual labour, sleeping, and days where I really don’t feel like going to yoga but force myself anyway.” I know this isn’t dating specific but it is germain to being a girl in SF.Personally, I think it’s a privilege to be able to work in tech and for me it’s paramount that I remain completely professional. While some of these responses pertain directly to living in Silicon Valley, most of the takeaways can be applied to being attractive and single anywhere. Because more often than not, guys are too afraid to approach and talk normally to an attractive woman for fear that they’ll get rejected.I get this a lot when I’m working out at the gym, waiting in line to buy groceries, or standing around at the mall.

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