It's an age-old question: Are all the good men taken? But now it's even truer than ever -- and that's not just frustration talking; that's fact. When Time Out New York discovered the staggering statistic that there are almost 200,000 more single women than single men in the New York City tri-state area, as published in National Geographic, they decided to devote an entire issue to the topic. What's the best way to find out what single women think and feel? Ask them! Read on for an excerpt from Time Out New York's interview with single women of all ages, spanning all New York City boroughs.
Is NYC the only place where it's difficult to be single? Hardly! Although single men outnumber single women on the West Coast, the sentiment tends to remain the same. So, are there really factors that make dating easier in some cities than in others? Swap stories with other single women nationwide right here.