On the road


The country’s pretty flat between Chicago and Cleveland. Lots of farmland and barns. Wonder how different it is to live as a single woman in a small town compared to a big city? I know my mother was raised in small-town America and felt it could be a terrible thing when everyone knew your business–and felt justified in judging it. Kind of like families usually feel. And we all know what a love-hate thing it can be with families.

Guess if a city dweller feels the differences of being a single woman, a single woman in the country’s almost bound to feel it more. If you stand out when you’re alone in Chicago, you likely feel pretty conspicuous in a small burg. Well, ladies, SWWAN is for all single women–wherever you live, whatever your age, weight, height, or occupation. Join us–it’s free, and it’s freeing.