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Singles and Sex in the City | Conversations at Coast with LBB, Edition 3

Editors posted on 9th February

By Editors

Ever notice how no matter how many claims are made about Valentine's Day being about celebrating love in general, most communication and marketing ends up catering to couples. Dinner for two, presents for him, lingerie for her, couple getaways…

LBB, however, loves all! We've got you covered in the all the above areas, and this February, we're opening up our conversation forum to all the single folk out there in Dilli and Gurgaon.

LBB and Coast Cafe bring to you Edition Three of Conversations at Coast - Singles and Sex in the City!

There are enough of us {men and women} who aren't in relationships {whatever our reasons}, but look for sex as a form of intimacy, a way to connect with another person on more than one level, or even as just a functional need {for some, any and every reason is good enough!}.

What does it take to be able to separate these needs from relationships/marriage in a city like Delhi? How does one go about sealing the deal with the opposite sex? Where does one even look? Is today's single lady in Delhi still waiting for the gentleman to make the first move? Also, how do people in the city perceive these single ladies/gentlemen about town?

LBB and Coast Cafe are bringing in a super interesting mix of people, each with direct exposure in some way or the other to singles and their lives in the city - their mannerisms, mechanisms, and MO.

Meet the Panel

Josh Israel, one of the two gentlemen behind Thrill, an Android app that lets the ladies decide if the gentlemen approaching them 'thrill' them enough for them to start a conversation.

Himanshu Gupta, who moved back to India from the US and found it super difficult to meet new people, so he ended up creating a community for like minded singles to meet and network; say hello to A World Alike.

Radhika Vaz; if you haven't already caught her material on women and virginity, we recommend you take a look, regardless of whether you make it to Coast Cafe for this conversation or not. Both eye opening and hilarious, Radhika seriously made us rethink the old saying - "why will he buy the cow when he is getting the milk for free?"

Karuna Ezara Parikh; if you don't know her from her days of anchoring Life's a Beach on NDTV GoodTimes, you'll know her as a model, or as a writer with a voice all her own. Karuna will be moderating the discussion.

Sign up here!

When: 18th February, Wednesday

Time: 7.30pm - 8.30pm {post event mixer 8.30pm onwards}

Where: Coast Cafe, Hauz Khas Village

Persons signing up must be 18 years or older

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