Single for a Reason (SFAR) is a blog dedicated to dating stories that make you cringe, laugh, cry, and think “I’m single for a reason.” The blog aims to give voice to our millennial generation as we navigate the world of dating. In a time when young adults are delaying marriage, these stories are more relevant than ever as social norms shift, communication vehicles change (constantly) and gender roles continue to shift.
Single for a Reason is a blog for millennial men and women looking to share their stories and laugh over the hilarity of modern-day romance. By using humor and the personal stories, the blog struck a chord with many people and accumulated readers of all ages, sexes and nationalities.
The content on Singleforareason.com is a mix of user-generated dating and relationship stories, media findings and editorial content. The blog features several unique columns, including “Douche of The Week”, comprised of editorial commentary about mainstream figures caught engaging in bad behavior, and “SFAR in China” which features stories from readers in one of the world’s most interesting dating landscapes.
Formally launched in May 2011, Single for a Reason has had readers in all 50 United States and more than 170 countries around the world.
Look for SFAR on Twitter (@SingleForReason) and Facebook (Single For a Reason). Stories may be submitted by emailing email@example.com. Emails and story submissions to SFAR are always treated with complete anonymity and reviewed carefully before being posted on the site.
About the Creator
Ashley Riegle is a freelance producer and journalist in Los Angeles, CA. She is acting Editor-in-Chief and co-founder of Singleforareason.com. As a young woman, she’s lived and dated in suburban Detroit, Washington DC, Boston, NYC, Shanghai, China, and Los Angeles.
She’s committed to sharing stories from the millennial dating experience and seeing the humor in everyday life. Send Ashley an email here.
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