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Why The Connect Community Is girls that are hurting. And they’re guys that are letting the shots about whenever it gets severe.

By Rachel Simmons

As a relationship advice columnist for Teen Vogue, I have plenty of mail from girls in “no strings attached” relationships. Girls describe by themselves as “kind of” with a man, “sort of” seeing him, or “hanging away” with him. The man could be noncommittal, or even worse, in another relationship that is no-strings. For the time being, girls have actually “fallen” for him or plead beside me for suggestions about making him come around and become a proper boyfriend.

These letters stress me personally. They signify a trend that is growing girls’ intimate everyday lives where these are generally giving on their own to dudes on dudes’ terms. They connect first and get later on. The girls are required to “be cool” about perhaps perhaps not formalizing the partnership. (more…)