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The fear is that casual dating means casual sex, casual deep intimacy or casual love—which are all by nature not casual.

That we want to cherry pick the best of both worlds.

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Erica bringin’ the wisdom with a punch-in-the-face question as sentence #1, a sly wink to societal norms in sentence #2, and a scathing (and true) assessment in sentence #3. However, the answer you’re seeking isn’t really for you, it’s for him. I know you do, because you alluded to it when you wrote, “Christian guys rarely can just keep it casual and go on a date, give it a chance.” That’s the symptom of a much larger problem—a problem that, unfortunately, will not be helped by me talking to a lady. And you know you’ve noticed her because you notice brilliant, wise, etc., woman in your circle. Somewhere in the formative and oh-so-tacky ’80s and ’90s, a message spread through Christian bookstores (R. P.), pulpits, youth groups, and all the nooks and crannies of God-fearing culture.

Reality: Casual dating to get to know someone is good—and necessary—if you’re ever going to, you know, move past your mom.

Well, Valentine's Day came and went and it was pretty uneventful for some.

My friend Rebecca (not her real name to protect her from the shame) had the worst Valentine's Day ever.

” A beautiful friendship started and ended that night because like myself, Rebecca is a woman that expects that if a man asks you out then he should foot the bill. A recent study involving 17,000 men and women in the US discovered that 84 per cent of men and 58 per cent of women said that men still usually paid when the bill came, even after they had been together for some time.