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Why are men bad at dating? - Part 2

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Is chivalry dead? Are we too picky?

In this episode, Matt and Dan continue their discussion with guest contributors Justin Myers and Emilie Lavinia to further delve into men's dating and relationships experience.

We look into the functional problems of finding a date and more cultural barriers in making dating more enjoyable for everyone.

Join us as we explore what comes next for the world of dating - are we sticking with apps? Or are we missing something more intimate and worthwhile?

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Justin Myers is an author and journalist perhaps best known for writing under the pseudonym The Guyliner. He's written three novels: The Last Romeo, The Magnificent Sons, and The Fake-Up. Justin has had long-running columns in Gay Times and GQ magazines, and his writing has appeared in major publications including the Guardian, The Times, the i, Irish Times, and Grazia. He also acted as a script consultant on Adam Kay's BAFTA-winning BBC drama This Is Going To Hurt. You can follow him on Twitter and Instagram here.

Emilie Lavinia is the sex and relationships editor at Cosmopolitan magazine, an LGBTQ+ Sexologist and Sex Educator and writes a weekly Substack column on sex, love and dating called The Cuff. She advocates for education, equity and transparency across mental, physical and sexual health. Her writing, broadcasting and commercial work interrogates standards, stories and innovations within the tech, health, sexuality and wellness spaces. You can follow her on Twitter and Instagram here.

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