What we learned from dating 100 men: a San Francisco social experiment
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Wouldn’t deciding from the get-go to date X-number of men introduce bias right from the start by requiring rejecting any potential “The one” on the grounds that you have “x-minus-n” left to go? In fact, you half acknowledge this by mentioning the phenomenon of “trading up”.

So, how do you plan on controlling for this built-in “rejection factor”?

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