The responses continue to come in over our post in which Denver was named one of the ten best cities for single women.
Some of those responding agree with the premise.
Others aren't especially impressed by the selection, however.
Here's an example:
Christi Tov writes:
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Denver is great for a woman who wants to remain single. I never lack in activities to involve myself in here. I have been single for the most part of the last 6 years; reason being — many single men are simply looking for FWB and many are content in a sort of college-frat lifestyle and/or hold very liberal views (check out dating websites, you'll see). I'm conservative, a single parent, Christian, 30s, not 420 friendly; slim pickings in this category!
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