So, if that’s the case, would you want each man to conclude that because of his rejection: Women are fickle and shallow. -Amy How can you trust or respect the guy who was already dating another gal while corresponding with Lorraine?To top it all off, he said he would call Lorraine if things didn’t work out!Maybe they're afraid they'll get cooties, but this is high school so I doubt it's that—but it sure feels that way. Unless, it was a group of trans kids…and that's a whole different story worthy of its own sitcom. We giggled a lot, and had fun on our "playdates." We peck-kissed a couple of times.

I got a flurry of emails in response to it and would love to hear your feedback. Maybe you met in real life and flirted for two straight hours.

This is long, so make sure you have 5 minutes to yourself. Maybe you’ve been emailing and talking on the phone every night for a week.

Was this guy leading her on and then dropped the bombshell that he was dating someone? -Kristy As you know, reasonable people can agree to disagree.

But what Kristy fails to realize is that, if she were Lorraine, her pride would have prevented her from going on a lovely date with a man who did absolutely NOTHING wrong.

Real only happens when it’s clear that a man is your committed boyfriend.

Until then, it’s all speculation, hope, fantasy, desire, wishful thinking, and potential. What I’m writing about is what you make all of this dating stuff MEAN. remember the phone session we had last month where we were looking at one of the guys who had written to me on Match.

"He's hot," or "such a cutie." He has "the bluest eyes," a "movie star smile," and he's "so sweet." They are so boy crazy!

It's almost like they are in heat, and in some ways, I guess they are. This is normal for teenage girls, unless you are transgender like me.

Conveniently, Lorraine was available-wonder how much respect for her is going on?