Recently, my music producer boyfriend was on the VIP list to see Bassnectar at Terminal 5 in NYC, and although I'm not one to "pump up the jam" on a regular basis, I decided to go with him. As we were being searched at the entrance to the pot-smoking, glowstick-happy event, I looked around and realized I was surrounded by angsty, constipated teens whose collagen I would've loved to hijack and infuse into my less buoyant face well, sans the sticky glitter. For a split second, I feared I could be turned away for being a geriatric year-old. That wasn't the kicker. The security gal began digging into the pockets of my purse, and lo and behold, pulled out a crumpled bag of incriminating pills! I realized they were my weekly mix of calcium and fish oil supplements, but for all I cared, they could've been a bottle of Boniva with a sticker seal of approval by Sally Field.
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As a single person entering , I went into the year feeling hopeful and excited at the prospect of finding a partner. Like many others, those feelings were quickly replaced with fear and anxiety as the world was forced into isolation to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, creating the least sexy environment for finding a mate. Still, I spent the better part of my days in March and April — during the height of the pandemic in New York City, where I live — among the ranks of the many other single people on Hinge, Tinder, Bumble and beyond. Instead of spending nights going on dates at new restaurants or having cocktails at a local bar, singles around the globe nestled into their couches and fired up their phones.