A bit of background on local life . . .
It's likely that every Summer since the founding of this po'dunk town. . . Local singles complain about the dearth of Kansas City dating options.
We've heard complaints from every angle . . .
Newly single divorced moms lament the lack of eligible bachelors who would like to pay their bills.
Old dudes quickly running out of options often express their disgust at newfound "body acceptance" amongst younger women.
Even our friends amongst the LGBT community are loud & proud as they nag about the "size issues" whilst dating in KC.
All of these gripes often fail to acknowledge that bigger, better cities would eat local singles alive and this small, friendly cowtown is much more accepting than most would like to acknowledge.
Still . . .
In (what we hope is) the aftermath of the pandemic we'll stipulate that hookup options in Kansas City are growing even more scarce as young people run the risk of seeing their parents and/or teachers desperately seeking a snuggle in their favorite dating app.
Even the rich & famous are not immune from this trend.
For instance . . .
Now . . . During training camp it's clear that he's sending out some kind of "vibe" with a hair care statement.
The Chiefs acknowledged the "return of the 'stache" today in an attempt to clean up what might be the TE watching far too much "vintage" online content that includes a vast array of hair follicle indulgence.
Still . . . The golden age of pr0n only serves to remind us of the dangers confronting local singles in the modern era . . .
Dr. Ward Carpenter, co-director of health services at the Los Angeles LGBT Center, said the monkeypox outbreak across the U.S. is worse than imagined. "We're just as busy, just as stressed out and living in just as much chaos as at the beginning of Covid," he said.
Public health officials, particularly in heavily-blue jurisdictions, are struggling to decide whether or not to tell gay men to have less sex to avoid monkeypox. Health officials in San Francisco, Chicago, New York and other major cities are resisting calls to warn gay men to have less sex because they are wary of contributing to anti-LGBT stigma during the ongoing monkeypox outbreak, according to The Washington Post.
Calling monkeypox a STI is inaccurate and can create other issues, experts say, like stigma. Experts suggest clear messaging around how monkeypox can spread to inform, not alarm. Sexually transmitted infections are nothing new. But has a new one surfaced? Not exactly. There are 7,102 cases and counting of monkeypox in the U.S.
And so . . . Tonight we dedicate our playlist to Kelce's pr0nstache and the increasingly dangerous & lonely local dating scene . . .
Hosier plays one of our favorite songs about the emptiness of casual encounters and problems that the "lifestyle" often entails . . .
We found the horny video version of this 80s rock anthem which reminds us that, even down under, the quest for naked good times is a primary human motivator . . .
As always, our list is very male-centric but this popular lady country tune takes a glimpse at the other side of the equation as women aren't immune from the desire for far more discreet flings . . .
We often hear complaints about "hookup culture" but this iconic 1964 song by Dino seems to prove that the search for casual romance is a constant throughout the ages . . .
Finally, an old school country song dating life classic to conclude our list . . .
As always, thanks for reading this week and have a safe & fun Saturday night.