more Nobody wants to travel And what if you live outside the Seattle metro area?
People in smaller towns are looking to meet people, too.
You may have been here for five years, but don't out-Northwest me. Also, transplants may only be here for a few rungs on their ladder to success.Individual and couples therapy is available to people of all sexual orientations and lifestyles.Provides free telephone and email consultations for professionals and the general public. No client files are kept at the agency, except anonymously. Certified and licensed clinicians serve couples and individuals with diverse sexuality concerns, and are skilled in dealing with a variety of issues, including - Loss of desire; - Out-of-control sexual behavior; - Erection or ejaculation difficulties; - Sexual identity; - Orgasm; - Vaginismus; - Pain; - Trauma; - Paraphilias; - Dating and courtship skills; and - Conflicts in relationships over sexual values, attitudes or behaviors. Individual and couples counseling: Up to 5 per hour. Waiting list can be several weeks if seeking reduced-fee appointments.Now it seems as though there are fewer flavors to choose from.And it's not just because of people working in tech - gentrification of all kinds and increasing rent and property values make Seattle hospitable to ever fewer types of people.less Tech bros Of course we've always had geeks here from Microsoft and Boeing.They make up the fabric of this city and we love them.But the rise of Amazon and the Google and Facebook outposts and the startup culture have brought in a different flavor of smart people: the brogrammers. Also they're part of the gentrification and transplant culture that natives fear are killing Seattle.Many of our gripes will stem from the tech culture, so buckle up.But we're socially awkward here, too, and less genuinely open to talking to strangers. less Women are standoffish We also hear that men are disheartened when they try to talk to a Seattle woman and they automatically raise their guards. In 2012, Pay Scale indicated that 75 percent of Amazon's workers are men.Because the male-dominated companies like Amazon, Google and Facebook have brought in ever more workers at breakneck speed since then, that imbalance may be worse now. One might say that it looks great for women, but straight women see a big block of dudes who all seem the same.