Behavior that one San Franciscan might find charmingly old-school, traditional, or chivalrous could be offensively patriarchal, antiquated, or overly enabling of the dominant paradigm.
The bizarre realities of the San Francisco tech boom create some serious Charles Dickens “best of times, worst of times” paradoxes.
You will date people far more accomplished and successful than anyone you’d meet in your hometown, but they’re still having a harder time making ends meet than your back-east counterparts.
Thousands of people are expected to top last year’s numbers at the largest, true comic convention in San Francisco, according to event organizers.
Starting Friday, September 1st, San Francisco Comic Con brings the world of comic books, cosplay, superheroes, toys, art and of course celebrities, all in one well air conditioned place. Along with the usual signature cosplay parades, San Francisco Comic Con will feature a “Nerdy Speed Dating” event where participants can find the “one” in a series of quick fire meet & greets.
Even if you found your date on an app where you specified that you’re looking for a man or a woman, it’s still polite to ask your date how they gender identify.
If you really want to score points, describe your sexual orientation by making a hyphenate with the word “flexible.” But be sure to keep your class-, ableness-, or cis-privilege in check.
Your date will know your ex -- heck, probably several of your exes -- and yes, your references will be checked.
Getting a match on a dating app is a regular, everyday San Francisco occurrence.
Several of celebs will have Q&A sessions all weekend long, including Peter Capaldi, Emily Osment and Summer Glau.
Find more things to do at the SF Comic Con on their website.
SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) – Since Wondercon left the Bay Area for the Southern California sun, San Francisco needed a place for comic book and sci-fi enthusiasts to get their “geek” on.