Even as a woman, I regularly don't understand the choices of my female friends, mother (love you) and sisters (love you lots!).

But guess what? I have a little window into the odd world of women for you. Want a fascinating peek into human behavior-especially women's often baffling choices? I am mildly obsessed with the show Dating in the Dark. In this show, 3 men and 3 women show up to a house and 'date' each other in a completely dark room. It basically takes looks out of the equation and forces the singles to choose their partner based on personality alone. They go on group dates and one-on-one dates and in the end they 'reveal' their physical appearance. Then, they can choose whether or not they want to continue dating after they have seen the person. It's pretty great / trashy TV.

Many of our dating students know about my obsession with the show and one of our awesome readers (thank you Wouter Cox!) sent me an episode of Dating in the Dark that is a behavior Gold Mine!

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Even as a woman, I regularly don't understand the choices of my female friends, mother (love you) and sisters (love you lots!).

But guess what? I have a little window into the odd world of women for you. Want a fascinating peek into human behavior-especially women's often baffling choices? I am mildly obsessed with the show Dating in the Dark. In this show, 3 men and 3 women show up to a house and 'date' each other in a completely dark room. It basically takes looks out of the equation and forces the singles to choose their partner based on personality alone. They go on group dates and one-on-one dates and in the end they 'reveal' their physical appearance. Then, they can choose whether or not they want to continue dating after they have seen the person. It's pretty great / trashy TV.

Many of our dating students know about my obsession with the show and one of our awesome readers (thank you Wouter Cox!) sent me an episode of Dating in the Dark that is a behavior Gold Mine!

Even as a woman, I regularly don't understand the choices of my female friends, mother (love you) and sisters (love you lots!).

But guess what? I have a little window into the odd world of women for you. Want a fascinating peek into human behavior-especially women's often baffling choices? I am mildly obsessed with the show Dating in the Dark. In this show, 3 men and 3 women show up to a house and 'date' each other in a completely dark room. It basically takes looks out of the equation and forces the singles to choose their partner based on personality alone. They go on group dates and one-on-one dates and in the end they 'reveal' their physical appearance. Then, they can choose whether or not they want to continue dating after they have seen the person. It's pretty great / trashy TV.

Many of our dating students know about my obsession with the show and one of our awesome readers (thank you Wouter Cox!) sent me an episode of Dating in the Dark that is a behavior Gold Mine!

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T his weekend, Dawn French criticised women featured on Ibiza holiday reality shows, saying "I am shocked by how they behave... They go out and get utterly hammered and are shagging in a bush and coming out and going 'Yes!,' like men. Like the men we hoped we wouldn't ever be like... Is that what women threw themselves in front of horses for?."

From nosy bystanders to the government, and the permanently angry types that inhabit the internet, there’s a certain look women are well-accustomed to upon raising that pint glass to their lips. If you’re female, you know the one - it questions your rights to that drink, to the alcohol, the calories. Heaven forbid that you’re a grown-up, over the age of 18, and entitled to spend your money on that beer/wine/gin if you want to. Booze is just another thing to shame us over.

I n the Nineties our liking of a tipple caused the rise of the tabloid termed ‘ladette’ – we were acting like lads, apparently, in wanting to have a drink and enjoy ourselves. How very dare we. Then came the hipster blame phase, where 'alternative' women sought craft beer. And now it’s the millennials' fault that women drink what society perceives as 'too much'; they're behind the current appetite for gin, or sherry, or whatever the next big booze trend is.

Three years ago I attended the Conservative Political Action Conference and was struck by something I later concluded was probably a figment of my imagination. This year I returned, and, rather than having my recollection dispelled, it was confirmed.

The young women who attend CPAC are spectacular. No kidding: What’s up with this concentration of incredibly attractive young, conservative women? It’s noticeable and remarkable. They are beautiful and stylish in the way French women often are, which is to say in their own way, not in a conforming or predictable way. They all look like the girl the high school quarterback wants to date, and they are confident, relaxed, and smart, joking amongst themselves.

This becomes even more glaring when juxtaposed with the young guys, who all seem to be trying out for the part of the overtaxed congressional aide in this season of “Veep”: wrinkled dark suits with scuffed brown shoes, power-walking this way and that, their noses buried in their smartphones, and that’s not even to mention an alarming incidence of pillow head (not a lot, but, let’s be honest, no pillow head is the goal).

Even as a woman, I regularly don't understand the choices of my female friends, mother (love you) and sisters (love you lots!).

But guess what? I have a little window into the odd world of women for you. Want a fascinating peek into human behavior-especially women's often baffling choices? I am mildly obsessed with the show Dating in the Dark. In this show, 3 men and 3 women show up to a house and 'date' each other in a completely dark room. It basically takes looks out of the equation and forces the singles to choose their partner based on personality alone. They go on group dates and one-on-one dates and in the end they 'reveal' their physical appearance. Then, they can choose whether or not they want to continue dating after they have seen the person. It's pretty great / trashy TV.

Many of our dating students know about my obsession with the show and one of our awesome readers (thank you Wouter Cox!) sent me an episode of Dating in the Dark that is a behavior Gold Mine!

IGN uses cookies and other tracking technologies to customize online advertisements, and for other purposes. IGN supports the Digital Advertising Alliance principles.

T his weekend, Dawn French criticised women featured on Ibiza holiday reality shows, saying "I am shocked by how they behave... They go out and get utterly hammered and are shagging in a bush and coming out and going 'Yes!,' like men. Like the men we hoped we wouldn't ever be like... Is that what women threw themselves in front of horses for?."

From nosy bystanders to the government, and the permanently angry types that inhabit the internet, there’s a certain look women are well-accustomed to upon raising that pint glass to their lips. If you’re female, you know the one - it questions your rights to that drink, to the alcohol, the calories. Heaven forbid that you’re a grown-up, over the age of 18, and entitled to spend your money on that beer/wine/gin if you want to. Booze is just another thing to shame us over.

I n the Nineties our liking of a tipple caused the rise of the tabloid termed ‘ladette’ – we were acting like lads, apparently, in wanting to have a drink and enjoy ourselves. How very dare we. Then came the hipster blame phase, where 'alternative' women sought craft beer. And now it’s the millennials' fault that women drink what society perceives as 'too much'; they're behind the current appetite for gin, or sherry, or whatever the next big booze trend is.

Three years ago I attended the Conservative Political Action Conference and was struck by something I later concluded was probably a figment of my imagination. This year I returned, and, rather than having my recollection dispelled, it was confirmed.

The young women who attend CPAC are spectacular. No kidding: What’s up with this concentration of incredibly attractive young, conservative women? It’s noticeable and remarkable. They are beautiful and stylish in the way French women often are, which is to say in their own way, not in a conforming or predictable way. They all look like the girl the high school quarterback wants to date, and they are confident, relaxed, and smart, joking amongst themselves.

This becomes even more glaring when juxtaposed with the young guys, who all seem to be trying out for the part of the overtaxed congressional aide in this season of “Veep”: wrinkled dark suits with scuffed brown shoes, power-walking this way and that, their noses buried in their smartphones, and that’s not even to mention an alarming incidence of pillow head (not a lot, but, let’s be honest, no pillow head is the goal).

Kampala, Uganda  - Noah Musiba sat by the door all night listening out for a noise that would signal the return of his wife. His nine-year-old daughter, Sheerat, lay on a mattress on the floor by his feet, wide awake.

It was the early hours of Thursday, September 14, and Harriet Nantongo, Noah's wife of 10 years and Sheerat's mother, had not returned from work.

"I hoped that maybe she had slept at her sister's place, but when we went to look, she wasn't there," said Noah, "so we started searching all the hospitals".

Even as a woman, I regularly don't understand the choices of my female friends, mother (love you) and sisters (love you lots!).

But guess what? I have a little window into the odd world of women for you. Want a fascinating peek into human behavior-especially women's often baffling choices? I am mildly obsessed with the show Dating in the Dark. In this show, 3 men and 3 women show up to a house and 'date' each other in a completely dark room. It basically takes looks out of the equation and forces the singles to choose their partner based on personality alone. They go on group dates and one-on-one dates and in the end they 'reveal' their physical appearance. Then, they can choose whether or not they want to continue dating after they have seen the person. It's pretty great / trashy TV.

Many of our dating students know about my obsession with the show and one of our awesome readers (thank you Wouter Cox!) sent me an episode of Dating in the Dark that is a behavior Gold Mine!

IGN uses cookies and other tracking technologies to customize online advertisements, and for other purposes. IGN supports the Digital Advertising Alliance principles.

T his weekend, Dawn French criticised women featured on Ibiza holiday reality shows, saying "I am shocked by how they behave... They go out and get utterly hammered and are shagging in a bush and coming out and going 'Yes!,' like men. Like the men we hoped we wouldn't ever be like... Is that what women threw themselves in front of horses for?."

From nosy bystanders to the government, and the permanently angry types that inhabit the internet, there’s a certain look women are well-accustomed to upon raising that pint glass to their lips. If you’re female, you know the one - it questions your rights to that drink, to the alcohol, the calories. Heaven forbid that you’re a grown-up, over the age of 18, and entitled to spend your money on that beer/wine/gin if you want to. Booze is just another thing to shame us over.

I n the Nineties our liking of a tipple caused the rise of the tabloid termed ‘ladette’ – we were acting like lads, apparently, in wanting to have a drink and enjoy ourselves. How very dare we. Then came the hipster blame phase, where 'alternative' women sought craft beer. And now it’s the millennials' fault that women drink what society perceives as 'too much'; they're behind the current appetite for gin, or sherry, or whatever the next big booze trend is.

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