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Apparently it is a very negative thing to be sexually liberal, but it is also a very negative thing to be sexually repressed.People seem stuck in limbo and have no idea how they can act upon their sexual desires without being judged. Everyone knows everyone, and if you haven't slept with someone, your friend or friend's friend or cousin or sister's boyfriend's sister has.It feels like the only option is to go out to bars and that just isn't what I'm looking for! It's not big enough to meet any queer guys I haven't already met from working at Menz for two years.” “Depends on your demographic and gender, but Halifax generally stinks for long-term mates.

The drinking culture of Hali also kinda helps the whole single scene.” “People assume if you're single you shouldn't be. People here would rather be in a shitty relationship than try learning to be happy alone.” “It's good for young students. The older you get in Halifax, the harder it is to meet people because everyone has moved away and those left behind are in relationships.” “It's small enough that you see some of the same faces in different contexts, so it makes it easier to meet strangers (although this can also be a downside, if things get awkward with someone).” “I think it's a great city to be single in when you're a student, but once you're out in the ‘real world’ it becomes a way worse city for that.

Dating in this city can be a breezy bacchanal of sexual encounters with an interchangeable roster of gorgeous twenty somethings straight out of a CW drama, or an incestuous cesspool of exes and fuckboys where every new year brings you one more circle down the drain of being forever alone. “An always changing population due to military and students always coming and going (and other seasonal jobs).” “Halifax is a small university city so there's always stuff to do during the school year and even when students aren't around in the summer there are still things—although a bit less—going on in the city.

It's small enough so meeting people is easy but that's also kind of a bad thing too: you can exhaust the dating pool more quickly as well.” “It appears that Haligonians have no idea what to do when it comes to their sexuality.

Big fan of the openness to polyamory/open relationship statuses.” “There are very few venues for single people out of school who're not into drinking.

Halifax needs more singles events other than the ones on Valentines Day.” “Not enough places to meet people organically once you've graduated from school.

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