There have been times when people thought I was gay and then when I made a comment about an ex-girlfriend or something, and they found out I am straight.
Because there is a very large gay population at NYU I feel like a lot of girls get frustrated.
I feel like it’s very easy to date in the casual sense at NYU, but in terms of serious relationships it’s harder. It’s a very flirtatious place to be, but people don’t really have time for relationships.
Everyone has a sort of independent career oriented mindset, so relationships are often secondary.
Melissa believes the lack of college spirit and not having a definite campus greatly affects the typical ‘college experience.’ There aren’t football games to meet and greet the cuties sitting behind you.
Taking into account the sizable gay population here, the search for a boyfriend may sometimes seem depressingly hopeless.As a result, NYU Local reached out to a few straight guys to see how they felt about the post and to get their perspective on how their dating lives are going.Straight Dude, Number One I thought it was pretty funny because parts of it are true.Don’t get me wrong— every Carrie loves her Stanford and every Charlotte loves her Anthony. College Board reports that the girl-to-guy student ratio at NYU is 60-40—this is not taking into account all the Stanfords.Junior Manya Blau sites another possible explanation for why dating might be so difficult: the hookup culture of New York.