The Differences Between Men and Women Great Debate & Party

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  • 08/15/2019
    7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

It is not secret that most of the time men and women operate on 2 totally different wavelengths.  When it comes to dating and relating, it can seem like all of the time!  Join us for this fun and informal night where we come together to solve the problems of the world when it comes to men and women and how they interact!  NYSN founder Dave Cervini will be your host and moderator for this fun event where we will enjoy cocktails, socializing and then sit for a guided discussion/debate  about the issues that mean the most to you!How it works:

-Doors open at 7pm for socializing and cocktails.  During this time you are invited to anonymously write down questions, comments and observations that will be directed towards members of the opposite sex.  Those comments/questions will be dropped in a box.

-At around 7:30pm the group will be seated as we pull out each comment to be read out loud (again anonymously) for members of the opposite sex to answer, give feedback and debate.

This is really a fun way to get into the heads of exactly what people are thinking.  You will be amazed at the very candid and honest things that come out.  You may walk away enlightened or even more frustrated but you will certainly have fun!

The night will also include drink specials

Can I come alone?  Yes 98% of those attending will likely come on their own.

Will my questions comments be private?  Yes, we have no way of knowing who wrote each question.

Will there be professionals to consult?  NO!  This is mean to to be fun and informative. The participants drive the conversations and debates.  If you are looking for professional help you may want to look somewhere else.

Dress code: Business casual


Cost $10. Free for NYSN VIP members



27 West 35th, 2nd Floor, New York, New York, 10001


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