Note: Dear Sir or Madam, The following is a note for Emma Watson. Please please please, pass it along to her if you see her. Emma, I am releasing this letter into the ether in the hopes that it somehow finds its way to you! My name is Amy Van Doran, and I am a professional matchmaker in New York City, I am the premier feminist matchmaker, I specialize in curating the love lives of brilliant, cool, inspired, and liberated single women and the men that love them. Like you, I identify as a feminist, and find myself in a constant, uphill battle to bridge the gender inequality gaps that remain so pervasive in the contemporary dating landscape. I found that my gift in life was that I have exquisite taste in people and have a penchant for introducing people their awe inspired equal. It is my life’s quest to educate men on the joys of falling in love with intelligent, powerful, successful women, and helping these women (because, we know it is hard, and settling is not an …
by Whitney Noelle Throughout life we’ve continuously been told to put our best foot forward. While there’s wisdom in this mantra, I believe putting our most authentic foot forward is the real game changer, especially when it comes to the world of dating. Wanting to be liked is a universal desire – we all yearn to be accepted. Let’s just go ahead and accept that part of ourselves right now so we can move on, shall we? With that said, being mindful when this longing starts rearing its pesky little head and taking us away from our true selves, is incredibly powerful in it of itself. It is when we begin to construct and mold ourselves into something and someone we’re not, that we begin to shift away from that soulful connection. We may say or do something we think will gain the approval of our date – knowing full well that it’s now who we are or what we’re truly about. While we may “win them over” for the moment, or even the night, …
This year I attended my first Burning Man. The experience was magical, and such a source of inspiration. It was especially meaningful because this summer I said goodbye to a beautiful relationship with a man I loved, and was feeling especially lovelorn. Here are some tips that I learned after embracing the Burn, that you can also swap as a metaphor for love.
In this day and age of oversharing, everyone has fallen victim to FOMO. And, New Yorkers have it. Bad.
By: Whitney Noelle We all yearn for a deeply intimate emotional connection alongside a mind-blowing sexual chemistry with a like-minded lover that can seduce our mind, body, and spirit. As human beings, we are all beautifully complex, Thus, the equation to that once-in-a-lifetime, radical love is equally intricate as well.
Professional matchmaking for the coolest matchmaker in the world!
To all the gentlemen that use women’s fertility as an explanation for wanting to date radically younger, read on.
We are already getting some fabulous press about A Feminist Guide to Picking Up Men!
Dear Friends, I am so excited to announce a new project I’m working on with two of the baddest bitches I know! I’m writing a book called A Feminist Guide To Picking Up Men with Arden Leigh and Madame Rosebud. Check out our pitch below:
Amy sat down with Johnny Sagan, director of Superchief Gallery at CultureFix, on June 27th to talk about her new monthly salon, I Like You: Maker’s Night. Check out the original piece on the CultureFix blog (and be sure to check it regularly for interviews and details about the awesome arts program Johnny curates there!)