Spirit

How divorced people can better sell themselves for love

When it comes to relationship status, it’s not uncommon to say we’re either “in the market” (single) or out (a couple, married, or something entirely different). Our love is a product that we want to sell to the right buyer. Unlike our parents’ generation (or ours for those of us …

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Matchmaker, matchmaker always makes a match

The author of these ads is Sandy Sternbach, a matchmaker specializing in high-end romance: she works primarily with wealthy singles over 40 who have advanced degrees, often from Ivy League institutions. Sternbach’s job is comparable to that of a corporate head hunter. She travels regularly across the country interviewing candidates …

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How the faces of AI are militarized online

Originally Posted: FEB 20 20 11:58 ET Updated: FEB 20 20 12:14 ET (CNN) – As an activist, Nandini Jammi has grown used to being harassed online, often by anonymous social media accounts. But this time it was different: A threatening tweet was sent to her from an account with …

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League dating app debuts in Kansas City

Ever since Alyssa Canfield moved from Salt Lake City to Kansas City last summer, she enjoys tasting barbecue and working at a company she loves. But the dating scene has been “grim,” the 25-year-old said, especially for a newcomer trying to break into Kansas City cliques of people who went …

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How Asian Americans Deal With Attacks Amid COVID-19

Asian Americans face growing anxiety about racial attacks since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic – everything from ostracism to cruel comments and physical violence. The Atlanta shootings that killed six Asian women have brought these concerns even further to the fore. Some say they go out less – and …

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