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” The Hard Parts: What Some People Don’t Like When I invited members to share their experiences for this blog post, no one said anything negative. Sometimes that happens when whole categories of people get derogated.I want us to be about standing up for people who are single, and living our lives fully, joyfully, and unapologetically, and not about demonizing people who are not single. In-Person Get-Togethers Although nearly all of our discussions are online and we have never organized an official in-person Co SP meeting, more and more community members have been getting together in person.I started another Facebook group this year, Fairness for Single People.It is an initiative for calling out fair and unfair practices in businesses and other contexts.It’s given me the courage to face something about myself that I’ve never really been able to admit before: I don’t enjoy being part of a couple, and that doesn’t mean there’s something 'wrong' with me.” “The group is a breath of fresh air and a great way of discovering all those little ways we internalised where single people get the rough end of the stick.” “Members take a lot of care to give considered comments.I've learnt a lot and felt very supported.” “I enjoy being a member, and have enjoyed meeting several other members in person! First, this is a group in which discussions of singlism – the stereotyping, stigmatizing, marginalizing, and discrimination against single people – are most welcome. Second, and more worrisome to me, some people end up feeling insulted or demeaned by some of the discussions.I love it that most comments are measured, considered, and people have so many fascinating experiences of their own, good, and bad, to share.
It feels so good to finally know that there is a large community of people living this lifestyle and doing just fine. The Community of Single People is a Facebook group, so that's where you will find it.
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Today, in July of 2018, we have more than 2,000 members from around the world, including men and women of all ages. We post links to articles, books, TV shows, movies, memes, and lyrics we love and ones we hate –and mock them when they perpetuate demeaning stereotypes of single people.
Overwhelmingly, our discussions take place online, but individual members from several countries have arranged to meet in person, with more such meetings in the works. The quip posted most often this year was: “The reason Mayberry was so peaceful was because nobody was married.