Radu has been married once, has no kids, and a career in the entertainment industry that brings her into daily contact with some of music’s biggest artists. I’ve been attracted to people that didn’t fit my ‘type’: maybe someone’s not good on the phone, maybe they’re not good on email, maybe it just wasn’t a good photo. No thanks.”For the last few months, since Vancouver magazine ran the first-names-only article “Do Vancouver Men Suck?
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According to a 2006 online poll conducted by pharmaceutical company Novartis, the stigma surrounding herpes is second only to HIV.
Mc Kay said the percentage of the population with herpes is “huge,” but most people don’t know they carry the virus.
Vancouver men rank as some of the country’s least honest when it comes to courting, according to a dating website that shows Vancouver guys like to fudge the facts on matters such as age, profession and even relationship status.
Nevada-based Whats Your Price.com, which used survey results from 7,250 Canadian members, placed Vancouver at the No.
“I don’t know what the problem is here,” says Jody Radu.
At 46, Radu is tall and graceful with a sweet smile and a sexy rock-chic style. But when it comes to a real, satisfying relationship — lover, boyfriend, partner — there’s a gap. “I’ll talk to anyone, I’ve been online, tried all the websites, I make allowances, too.
The data has been statistically weighted according to Canadian census figures for age, gender, and region.
Nicole Corrado, founder of Vancouver dating site Hitchette, which screens people to make sure they’re honourable, said the findings don't surprise her.
“In any other city you go to, people are very friendly, and very open and they want to connect with you,” she said.
He’s dated five years younger than his age, and up to 15 years older.
Throw in the French accent and the wry sense of humour, and Lessard just might be the total package.