Yeah_Nope is discussing:

"Drawn to You" was to be a fun night using art as conversation starters for would-be couples. When no men show up, the event becomes a conversation about the nightmare of dating in the digital age.

Why no men showed up:

First, it's speed dating, in and art museum, with portrait drawing. That's a pretty damn small niche. It's not designed to attract the average guy, these women are looking to land a big fish.

Second, look at the picture. There's maybe one under 35, the rest look 40+, obese, and/or ugly. These are post wall women, looking for beta provider for retirement. Even SIMPs see these type of women as a last resort.

Leah Solomon, 58. Case in point. Here's a woman that bailed on a 21 year marriage after cheating on her husband. With two kids I'm sure she checked out with all the cash and prizes. She then blames the guy she cheated with for not making the same mistake her ex-husband made. Seriously? He knows firsthand that you've proven unfaithful, did you really expect him marry you?

On top of all that she's a "performance artist". When a woman says this, 90% of the time it means she's been nude in public while objects enter or exit her orifices.

Next we have Kerry Wieder, who so perfectly fits the stereotype of the bitter post wall feminist dyke that I have to question if she's there to meet men or went to try and hook up with one of the other women.

Following that train wreck we have Katie. Poor Katie wants to believe she's there alone because of men, not her own choices.

Can't forget Jaray, she's uncomfortable at first, but at least they are all being rejected, and there's alcohol.

But the night isn't a total bust! Some sympathetic hipster simp took them to the bar for some drinks. Oh happy happy day.