White men in NYC are the most eligible and sought after for all types of women, including Asian and kinky haired educated black women.
Don't go Dutch and try to date women from the hood either, because they don't care about a mans money and mainly date off of physical attraction.
If your a white guy with a decent job and college educated living in hip areas of Brooklyn or Manhattan, a man like that will have no shortage of women on his plate.
Overall NYC does not favor men unless if your highly attractive or have a lot of money or if your a sought after college educated career minded white guy or live in the hood thug bad boy type. I remember when I out with a BBW woman from LA, she could not find no man in LA, hell no man would not even sleep with her.
I suggested he should go for FOB Asian or Russian women who don't mind dating East Asian. The transient population gets plenty of sex thanks to the hookup culture, most of these women within the transient sphere will remain single while trying to chase Mr.
Right who does not want to settle down because he gets a plethora of women.
The airport code illustrations by artist Celyn Brazier, who worked with Delta’s creative agency Wieden Kennedy in New York (the walls were handpainted by Colossal Media), all showcase something special about the city or town they depict.
Majority of Asian women in NYC prefer white men, well I meant Asian American women that is. From what I hear the dating scene here is not that different from other cites like Boston, DC and San Francisco.
A good looking guy fresh out of jail and no job will get more tail than a guy who is average looking who only makes 70k a year.
Stay in the Midwest, you will be disappointed here unless if your either a Waspy white guy, or highly physical attractive.
According to the agency, Delta is asking people to go and find these hidden gems—for what it’s worth, Cedar Rapids, Iowa’s CID airport code has an ear of corn—and post in the comments on Instagram for the chance to win something.
flies to more hometowns from New York than any other airline—133 of them, to be exact—we knew we had a unique opportunity to show some big-city love to hometowns the world over.”Added Hart: “[Brazier] did a great job of really developing the character of these cities and giving each a personality all its own.”Delta also created a Snapchat filter, a Facebook shoppable post (the airline and its media agency are still tinkering with it, but users who are served the ad will likely be able to click the airline code artwork to a prefilled booking page on Delta’s app) and an online store where you can purchase hats, T-shirts and mugs featuring the airport code artwork.In NYC she been on more dates and been with more men than compared to back home.