Tasha Smith Confirms She’s Dating Michael K. Williams

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Tasha Smith is in love and beaming. The actress/Tasha Smith Actor’s Workshop owner announced over the weekend that she’s found love with Michael K. Williams and she couldn’t be happier.

“Nothing makes me happier!!!!! The love Of my life @bkbmg,” she captioned a coupled up pic of them. “This man gives me goose bumps!”

 

Michael also reposted the pic on his page and wrote: “I say word is born cause what I speak I manifest #lawofattraction.”

Now that’s a cute couple.

Tasha and Michael’s new relationship is already well supported. Meagan Good told Tasha in her Instagram comments that she absolutely approves of their coupledom.

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The Secret World of Online Dating Consultants

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A college student wants to choose photos for your Tinder profile. A blogger wants to rewrite your Bumble bio from scratch. A former event planner is offering you his best opening lines, while an ex-journalist will run the whole date-seeking operation—from the first swipe to the number exchange—for $ 250 a week. Already in a relationship? Not to worry: A clairvoyant psychic is standing by scour Tinder for any traces of your significant other.

With dating apps now dominating the mate-finding market, the gig economy is rising up to meet it. On sites like Fiverr, alongside offers of cheap sound-editing or hourly data entry, an army of freelance workers are ready to help you find love, for as little as $ 5.

Fiverr is an online marketplace for freelance services, marketed as a way for entrepreneurs to get help for their start-up without hiring full-time employees. But typing “Tinder” into the site’s search bar and selecting “relationship advice” category turns up dozens of freelancers from around the world hoping to help you with your love life. (The Daily Beast’s parent company, IAC, owns Match Group, which operates dating apps including Tinder and OKCupid.)

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Kondo-ing is the latest dating trend – but is it harsh or fair enough?

We can’t decide

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When it comes to dating trends, we like to think we’re pretty clued up. Whether it’s the Game of Thrones-inspired white walking dating trend, or the rather rude and cheap sneating, long gone are the days of the original ghosting. Ah, the simple days when you’d just be suddenly ignored rather than cushioned or stashed!

So not all dating trends are created equal. Most of them tend to fall on the crappy behaviour spectrum, but there are a few that can actually be seen as positive. For example, Grande-ing, which is ‘practicing gratefulness at the end of a relationship and rejecting negativity and bitterness as you move forward with your life.’

However, the latest dating trend has left many people torn because it’s hard to work out whether it’s harsh or fair.

Enter Kondo-ing. As you have probably guessed, it is a term inspired by tidying sensation, Marie Kondo. If you’ve seen her Netflix series, you’ll know that she encourages people to get rid of anything that doesn’t ‘spark joy’. But far from just using this logic to decide whether you really need seven Breton tops in your wardrobe, it can be applied to your love life, too.

Time wasters, cheats, gaslighters, the ones who tell you after six months of dating that they’re not ready for a relationship – Plenty of Fish coined the term Kondo-ing to explain getting rid of anyone who doesn’t ‘spark joy’.

Completely cutting out someone who is treating you badly is a good idea, but what if the person you’re seeing is just not right for you? What if they’re lovely but you just don’t have that spark? What if they’re a good egg that you’d totally want to stay friends with? Do they deserve being Kondo-ed? Probably not.

With that in mind, maybe just be mindful of who really deserves to be Kondo-ed.

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At What Age Did You Start Dating Seriously – And How Did You Balance It With Academics and Career?

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So here’s a little question for you guys: at what age did you start dating seriously? Would you say you’ve been permanently single, or that you’ve dated person after person in pretty quick succession? If you’ve always been partnered, what tips do you have for balancing academics and career with your love life? As I’ve talked about before, I didn’t really start dating seriously until my late 20s when I definitely had a marriage mindset, and I’ve always felt like a weirdo because of that — but over the years I’ve heard so many stories (mostly from the comments section here) about how a ton of people were like me and late daters. I recently heard about a survey from the mid-90s that found that most female grads from my college (Northwestern) had “never had a serious relationship” by graduation — and thought, hmmn, maybe I’m not such a weirdo after all, at least among women who have been really focused on academics and career. 

So let’s discuss! At what age did you start dating seriously — and how have you balanced dating life with academics, career, and more?

For my own $ .02 – I definitely had crushes and went on sporadic dates here and there in my 20s — but if it’s possible I think I watched too many romantic comedies to have a really solid view of what dating was supposed to be. In my youth, I had the naive idea that dating would lead to marriage, and I wasn’t ready to be married, so the second a guy annoyed me I would stop flirting because ugh, who wants to be married to a guy who annoys me. (Plus, hello, I had college and law school and my career to think about, and, I thought, who has time for relationship drama when you’re focused on all of those bigger things!) I also had the naive idea that one day, clouds would part, there would be some adorable meet-cute moment, and everything would click and I would be inseparable from my other half from that moment forward. Which isn’t to say that I don’t think love should be easy — my husband and I have always had a very easy relationship, thankfully — but let’s face it, the romcom movie idea of love is a bit oversimplified and more all-encompassing. (That said: there are still some great fashion movies that are also romcoms — and I’m basically reading brain candy books that are romcoms, so obviously old habits die hard.) 

SO: that romcom attitude didn’t quite work out, and at a certain point I decided I needed to nudge the universe along by doing some serious Internet dating, in part because I wanted kids. I approached it in true geek fashion and read books about finding time to date when you’re super busy, signed up for the nerdiest Internet dating sites, and eventually joined some brainy charitable groups (like the under-40 groups for the New York Public Library). I didn’t really get any “hits” through all that, per se — I met some nice guys but not MY guy — and learned to cut my losses as soon as I rolled my eyes at my dates. I’m thankful I did it because I do think it prepared me for meeting my husband (at a friend’s birthday party, at a bar), because all of those dud-dates helped me appreciate the chemistry and comfort I felt with him immediately.

So: I’m a weirdo, but a lucky one. But I have been fascinated to hear over the years how MANY women — particularly women who have done good in school and moved around for different degrees — just haven’t focused on dating until they’re far older than the romcoms and women’s magazines would have you believe is appropriate. So I thought it would be an interesting question to discuss: at what age did you start dating or seriously looking for a partner? If you dated during school, did you have to juggle your academics and your social life? What advice would you have for younger women who might be feeling like a weirdo, or feeling like it’s “too late” to start dating?

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Online Dating Scams Are on the Rise — How to Save Some Heartache (and Cash)

Just when you thought dating couldn’t be any more annoying.

Last year, people reported losing $ 143 million to romance scams — that’s more than any other type of scam reported to the FTC. And the number is only expected to increase.

I know what you’re thinking; online dating is expensive enough, and now we have to worry about being scammed?

Don’t move to a convent just yet. There are ways to spot a romance scam and even get your money back if it happens to you.

How to Spot Online Dating Scams

Your first red flag is if they can’t meet you in person.

If someone says they’re abroad and can’t meet, you should tread carefully. If they continually make excuses about why they can’t meet, it’s best to move on.

Scammers will use excuses like memberships that are about to end to get your phone number or email address so they can communicate free from scam monitors. While even the best dating sites can miss scammers, they still have systems in place to block suspicious behavior, so don’t be fooled.

That’s how one woman lost over $ 50,000 in an online-dating scam. The 2.5-month relationship included over 10,000 text messages, 400 phone calls and zero first dates.

Do a Google image search for their profile pictures to see if they’ve been used anywhere else. Scammers will post well-groomed pictures with nice things in nice places. It makes you think they’re wealthy, so when they ask you for money, you trust they’ll pay you back.

If their speech reads like a bad Google translate, then it probably is a bad Google translate. And a sudden emergency is always a telltale sign of a scammer. Even if they don’t ask for money, scammers have guilted victims into giving to not-so-worthy causes.

What to Do If You’ve Been Scammed

First, don’t be embarrassed.

FTC reports of romance scams jumped from 8,500 in 2015 to more than 21,000 in 2018, so you’re not alone.

If you’ve given your banking information to anyone you believe may be a scammer, call your credit card company or bank and file a fraud victim statement with the three credit bureaus.

If you received any attachments from the scammer, update your computer’s anti-malware software and do a virus scan.

Money-transferring services are making every effort to protect victims of fraud. The BBB recommends reporting scams from as far back as 2004 to the FTC.

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Sexual Compatibility Takes Backseat To Political Compatibility In Online Dating

Times are a changin’ … again as it always does. But specifically, the issue here is that people are choosing their date mates more on their politics than how good the sex is. Yep, that’s a huge change.

Find out more about in this excerpt from Huffington Post:

Since the 2016 election, the OkCupid team noticed such a strong interest in politics that it began sending its users push notifications with questions about specific issues and political figures. On Jan. 10, the day Trump visited the U.S.-Mexico border, the app sent a new question to users: “Do you support the wall?” Eleven thousand people answered the question that day, and the number has climbed to 1.5 million since then. While 87 percent said they don’t support the wall at all, 8 percent said they do; 3 percent said they support building a wall if Mexico pays, and the remaining 2 percent said they only support the wall if Mexico doesn’t have to pay.

OkCupid, like most dating apps, won’t share its exact number of users or any specific demographic breakdowns. But Hobley said the users skew millennial and urban, two groups that tend to lean liberal, with an even number of men and women. She said she has observed from internal data what others have reported ― that conservative men are having an increasingly hard time dating online, particularly in metropolitan areas.

“You may have read that Trump staffers can’t get laid,” Hobley said. “It’s kind of true, based on what we’re seeing, that Trump supporters are having these issues.”

Since the app has been asking the simple question, “Trump?”, since his election, 90 percent of users have responded “no” or “hell no,” indicating that the app should not even show the people who support the president. Millennial women, unsurprisingly, are the most likely to prioritize politics in online dating. Seventy-three percent of them (compared to 56 percent of millennial men) have told OkCupid they’re looking to date someone of the same political party, and half of all women on the app say they won’t date someone who doesn’t vote in elections.

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Coupled Up: Senator Cory Booker and Rosario Dawson Have Been Dating Since Last Month

We’ve heard the rumors, but it looks like solid sources are confirming that Senator Cory Booker and Rosario Dawson are officially dating.

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We’ve reported in the past couple weeks that the pair have been spotted out on the town — first catching a movie at the Regal Union Square, and then at a performance of Broadway hit “Dear Evan Hansen.”

But now a tipster tells us the couple were also holding hands at a performance of another play, “Apologia,” as far back as last month.

We can only imagine what their dinner conversations are like…

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These are the jobs that get the most swipes right on dating sites

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Dating isn’t exactly a walk in the park these days. We’re getting all too used to cushioning, ghosting, stashing and sneating, and the dating trends of 2019 don’t exactly offer a glimmer of hope, either.

And if you’re using an app to find the cherry to your bakewell, you’ll know how quickly you make your mind up about someone. Based on a bunch of pictures and a bio, we make assumptions and judgements in a matter of seconds. Enjoys brunches, lazy Sundays, and has a cute dog? Instant swipe right.

But there’s another thing we’re judging when flicking through the books for a potential partner. Apparently, their job plays an important role. When separating the wheat from the chaff so to speak, we’re reportedly drawn to some careers more than others.

According to a new survey from Badoo, the most attractive job for men is a chef and for women, a hairdresser. Participants were aged between 18 and 30, and appear to prefer more hands-on professions.

Most desirable jobs for men:

  1. Chef
  2. Engineer
  3. Entrepreneur
  4. Marketing
  5. Artist

Most desirable jobs for women:

  1. Hairdresser
  2. Nurse
  3. Lawyer
  4. Entrepreneur
  5. Teacher

It’s a different story if you talk to the masterminds over at Tinder, however. Their recent study showed that the top job for men was a pilot, and the top job for women was a physical therapist.

Just to confuse you even more, data collected from Match.com also doesn’t quite relate to its competitors, with the website claiming that the most desirable men are doctors, and women are freelancers.

So there you go.

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What men really think about dating apps

From Bumble to Tinder, there’s a whole host of dating apps at our fingertips. But with so much choice on offer, are they helping or hindering us in our quest to find The One? Writer Josh Glancy explores digital dating dilemmas

I was on holiday in Mexico recently with a beautiful, and perennially single, female friend; let’s call her Lauren. We drank Coronas, ate emulsified ants, and visited Mescal distilleries nestled in the hills above Oaxaca. It was a joyous week.

One thing bothered me, though. At every stop, Lauren insisted on having her photo taken – by a cactus, with a donkey, making tortillas. The purpose was not to service her Instagram, but a quest for the perfect Bumble profile pic. This quixotic obsession got me worrying about the effects of app dating and how it’s warping our romantic priorities. Lauren is one side of the coin, anxious and questing, but myself and many men are on the other. I’ve become convinced that dating apps are making many men miserable.

It seems counter-intuitive. What could possibly be wrong with having an endless supply of beautiful women available at the merest swipe of a thumb? 
Sex-infused dating is now more accessible than ever.  We are no longer limited by the confines of our immediate social circle or what bar we happen to be in. I recently attended the wedding of a couple who would never have met without an algorithm to introduce them. Two people from utterly different worlds who now seem ideally matched. It was thrilling to behold. But by solving one problem, apps like Hinge, Bumble, Happn and Tinder have created another. Men are suffering from the complacency of easy access and the tyranny of endless choice.

At a men’s group I sometimes attend in Brooklyn, several guys have complained of how app dating is making them feel worthless. They describe their sex lives as a parade of unsatisfying mini-affairs, their bedposts filled with notches, their hearts empty of love.

What could possibly be wrong with having an endless supply of beautiful women available at the merest swipe of a thumb?

They spoke of being unable to resist the temptation to indulge their libido – which is now so effortless – but of feeling an emptiness during and after these affairs. A niggling fear that they’ve lost the art of finding or maintaining a meaningful relationship. ‘I don’t want to keep fucking different girls every week,’ one of them told me. ‘I just want someone I can be myself with.’

Apps are encouraging men’s worst instincts. Why commit to one relationship when there are so many other potential mates out there? Why be monogamous when promiscuity is so damn easy? Why judge a girl on the deep facets of her personality when you can make
 a snap decision based on the symmetry of her face?

This was my experience of app dating, too, which I tried when I first came to New York. I could feel myself slipping into a superficial, acquisitive mindset, casually dismissing some girls and pining for others based simply on how much cleavage they showed in their profile picture. I hated it and deleted the apps, permanently. I preferred dating the old-fashioned way.

Women such as Lauren – and men, too – have internalised this reality. The shallow among us may enjoy this dynamic, but for many it is unsatisfying. While most men have a voice in their head urging them to sleep with as many women as possible, the truth is promiscuity isn’t for everyone. The most promiscuous periods of my life have often been the least happy.

I have nothing against promiscuity. If you want to shag till you drop, go for it. But now that dating apps are a permanent reality – transforming the way we meet and mate – it’s time we acknowledged this paradox: the more convenient finding love becomes, the more difficult it is to sustain. We’ll be much happier for it.

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Pete Davidson Doing Well, Hitting the Dating Scene

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Ariana Grande’s ex and Saturday Night Live star Pete Davidson appears to be doing just fine, being spotted on a pair of dates in Miami and New York with different women just weeks after posting a message on social media that had friends and family concerned for his emotional well-being.

Davidson, 25, left his friends shocked and worried after he took to social media 10 days before Christmas, writing that he didn’t “want to be on this earth anymore.”

The suicidal note prompted the NYPD to send an officer to SNL’s studios in Manhattan to ensure the star was present and not in distress.

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Michelle Mone reveals Christmas engagement to billionaire Doug Barrowman after two years of dating

MICHELLE Mone has revealed she is engaged to billionaire Doug Barrowman after two years of dating.

The entrepreneur, 47, shared her happy news on Instagram this morning with a snap of the pair, adding: “I said YES.”

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Despite wanting to tell her 400,000 followers about her festive engagement, Michelle chose not show off her engagement ring.

Instead she hid her left hand as she snuggled up to her fiancé and posted a ring and a champagne glass emoji.

The Ultimo founder has previously gushed about her relationship with the rich 53-year-old businessman who owns more than 50 companies,  a private jet along, six homes, 15 cars and a 183ft yacht.

She told Hello! magazine: “My mum told me, ‘You won’t find love if you’re looking for it’, and honestly, it was the last thing I was looking for.

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“But as you get older, you realise what you want from a relationship and I couldn’t deny there was a true connection. I feel like I’m in a fairytale, a beautiful dream I don’t ever want to wake up from.”

The “bra queen” who is now known as Baroness Mone of Mayfair has already moved in with her beau into a huge mansion on the Isle of Man.

It boasts an enormous home gym, swimming pool and spa.

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The pair first met at a business dinner and are now planning their future as husband and wife.

They have seven children from previous relationships, but aren’t planning on having any more.

Michelle’s followers were delighted about her engagement, sharing messages of congratulations.

One joked: “Congratulations ma’am, and yeah he’s well punching, still a lovely photo though”.


Another commented: “Huge Congratulations Lady Michelle & Doug may ye have a fabulous future together.”

One wrote: “Amazing !

“Huge congratulations”.

A fourth added: “All the very best wishes and good fortune to you both.”


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Adrienne Bailon Throws Shades At Rob Kardashian — ‘The Real’ Co-Host Addresses Dating Kim’s Brother

Do not bother Adrienne Bailon with questions about her ex-boyfriend, Rob Kardashian, because she does not remember their failed romance.

Adrienne, who is now married to Israel Houghton, split from Rob over a decade ago after he cheated on her and was abusive towards her.

The co-host of The Real recently did a video where she opened up about her exes.

Talking about the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star, Adrienne said: “It’s funny when I think of heartbreak because at the moment you think that you are going to die. And now, looking back, I’m like ‘I’ve never had heartbreak.’”

In past interviews, the singer and actress had explained that Rob broke her heart.

She said the split made her feel insecure about her body and went on to explain: “He was 21 years old at the time — we were super young. With that being said, being cheated on will make you question yourself. You’ll be like, Was I not pretty enough? Was I not sexy enough? Am I not thin enough? Do I need to do more crunches? I mean, you will drive yourself insane. I never cheated on Rob. And I want to clarify that. And the way it’s said — it’s like, ‘She slept with many people.’ I’m like, ‘Uh, I can’t speak for anybody else, but I can assure [you] that was not me.’”

She also stated that being with a Kardashian ruined her career.

The entertainer confessed: “To be stuck with that Kardashian label, that was so hurtful to me and my career. I probably realized that too late—not that it would’ve affected my decisions regarding who I dated, but it would’ve affected my decision to appear on the show. At the time, I didn’t think anyone would even care. To this day, people will still say, ‘You ruined Rob’s life!’ and I’ll think, Damn, I was still playing with Barbie dolls when I met him.”

She continued: “It’s common knowledge that he cheated on me, and it always bothered me that people were like, ‘Pero, why couldn’t you forgive him?’ Why are women always the ones who have to forgive? If you cheated on a man, he would be like, ‘You’re disgusting, and I want nothing to do with you.’ But women, we’re supposed to be like, ‘He messed up. He made a mistake.’ And, in my situation, it wasn’t like, ‘Oh my God! I made a mistake!’ He strategically planned things out so that he could cheat on me, and that to me was so disloyal.”

Adrienne has really put the past behind.

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