Vanity fair silicon valley dating
There's no way that they're engaging in any of these activities.
Can anyone vouch for this behavior being prevalent?
There is increasing techie representation in that subculture (mostly engineers), but that's because every Bay Area subculture that's open to the middle class has a lot of techies these days.
Of course, this scene tends to be explicitly feminist, disproportionately queer/trans, and anti-classist (public events tend to have sliding-scale prices and opportunities to volunteer for free admission).
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We learn from Amy a bit about some of the 'quirks' of the San Francisco dating scene, and why you may be better off dating someone from the Peninsula.
Furthermore, there are a ton of small VCs and startups in the valley.Maybe the lifestyle is different as a VC, but as an engineer, this seems so disjointed from reality that it's almost farcical.