Dating for pot smokers
We both attribute the amount of weed we smoke — we light up almost every day — to the fact that our jobs are so highly technical. If you're a functional pothead, you don't have to think twice about it." – Emily, 28, web designer, San Francisco, CAThe Post-Alcohol Smoker"My boyfriend is pretty much the only person I smoke with..home, at night, or on weekends during the day.
When we have sex after smoking, there's definitely more of an observational quality to it.
Just like I do yoga and he rides bikes, it's just another thing. He packs bowls for me — he's the organizer of all the weed stuff, and I just smoke it.
My boyfriend is an engineer for a tech start-up, and I run my own business as a web designer.
Boomers are also more likely to support legalizing marijuana overall (81%).
Though when it comes to dating a pot smoker, millennials are most likely to consider it (32.91%), followed by Gen X (30.7%), and Boomers (28.61%).
Attitudes are changing and you may be part of a shrinking group.
In fact, 56% of men and 46% of women approve of recreational marijuana use.
Alcohol for me is definitely a depressive experience.
, a mobile dating app that looks a lot like Tinder.
You swipe through profiles in much the same way, but the people on the site are mostly involved in the marijuana industry somehow, or are interested in meeting people in the marijuana community.
"Stef Safran, a Chicago-based matchmaker, says she has seen attitudes about marijuana change dramatically as states have legalized the drug for recreational or medicinal purposes.
In November alone, voters in three states — California, Massachusetts and Nevada — passed measures to allow recreational use; three other states — Arkansas, Florida and North Dakota — voted to legalize the drug for medicinal purposes.