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While the idea of friends with benefits isn’t new, the people in the city — and all our casual sex/dating practices and Peter Pan–syndrome attitudes — are definitely changing the way we date.If you’ve read this far, I bet you’re thinking two things: this chick is crazy, and why would you ever date someone just to use them for where they live, because of how much money they have or because they have easy access to drugs?Marin County / San Francisco based photographer specializing in online dating photos, Linkedin headshots, lifestyle, food beverage as well as location scouting & creative direction.Sample client list: San Francisco Giants, Marriott Hotel, Chase Private Client Group, Marimekko, Art Span, Ligne Roset, Mill Valley Film Festival, Alain Pinel, La Cocina Incubator Kitchen, Foreign Cinema, Lazlo Bar, General Growth Properties and Stonestown Galleria.Dating on the basis of convenience isn’t for everyone, clearly.My requirements for dating me are still the same: make me laugh; don’t roll your eyes when I suggest we go to yoga; and have the ability to converse intellectually.But do you know how hard it is to convince someone to come to my ’hood, let alone hang out in the wee hours of night? That’s why it’s amazing when you click with someone who lives in your neck of the woods. It’s hard to act on a spur-of-the-moment rendezvous if you’re broke, don’t have a car, can’t afford a Lyft ride to the other side of the city or don’t want to ride the bus for 45 minutes to get to their place.
Or if you’re a foodie like me who refuses to wait in crazy lines, extra brownie points if they live by the brunch spot du jour.Photos credits: New York Times, Daily Mail, Food & Wine, Saveur, Business Insider, Modern Luxury, Where Traveler, MSN, Buzzfeed, The Bold Italic, off Metro, SFGate, NBC Bay Area, Eater SF, ABC Bay Area, KTVU, The Culture Trip, Time Out, Hoodline, SFWeekly, San Francisco Travel Association and San Francisco Magazine. Regular contributor to The Good Men Project and Plentyof Fish.ike many people living in a major metropolitan city, I came here to make bank and add some sparkle to my résumé. While I was trying to get out of a bad relationship, I was offered a job in San Francisco.I dated someone who lived right on the N, and it was a freaking godsend.If I was at his place and needed to get downtown, riding Muni saved me 20 minutes compared to my usual commute on an awful 38 bus.