Julia allison dating column
This is a vicious cycle, but it works: Women (and men) are confused about dating, because who isn't?
Hoping to get it right, we tune into a show or read a book to teach us "The Rules." And then, maybe, we feel better: We weren't all that bad to start with!
Journalist and relationship expert who contributed to several self-help books and appeared on numerous television programs.
She worked as a columnist for Time Out New York and as a freelance writer for such popular magazines as Men's Health and Cosmopolitan.
She became a nationally syndicated technology columnist with Tribune Media Services and had a column on love in ELLE.
She has also appeared in newspapers and magazines including The New York Times, The Guardian and Cosmopolitan.
The beauty of this show, though it was ridiculous, was that men and women were on a basically even plane: They were both capable of looking like total jerks or insane people, and often did (it's the way of dating, after all, and more than that, the way of the successful dating show.
But it makes me wonder: Can a dating show treat women fairly without belittling them or resorting to stereotypes?