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Last year, he created a dating guide for men - Level Up Your Dating - to help them meet more women.
But what happens when a woman gets hold of the guide? Rami's guest on this week's episode is Emilia, who reverse-engineered his course and used it on men.
Another contributor to the collection, Jen Aprahamian, penned a story titled, "Read AM," which addresses the anxieties of impatience and anticipation that come with interacting with potential dates through texting and other relatively new modes of communication.
"I think dating advice is usually pretty up to date on how we interact with technology, but there's a very real anxiety in technology at large, especially around dating and communication, that is hard to resolve," Nicholson says.
"There's a need to tell the personal, to interact in a real way that you can't do as easily with genre storytelling." The problem, Nicholson says, is that these sorts of personal reflections, along with the dating advice provided to women in popular magazines, can be reductive.think there are always such silly ideas out there of women being mysterious creatures when it's usually quite the opposite,” comic book publisher Hope Nicholson says.“Most of us are quite open and willing to chat and share our stories.” It’s this belief that propelled Nicholson to collect a comic anthology of female writers -- -- who will use the medium to tell their personal dating stories.And because they’re not afraid to look a bit daft, let their hair down, or laugh at themselves, you don’t have to either.You can guarantee they won’t be late, even if they’re crossing the country to see you.