And the Heart Says Whatever by Emily Gould

"I also wonder if there was some moment when men began to sense that the skepticism I'd once feigned had calcified into something real, and so they stopped trying to sway me. Or maybe they don't sense anything and they just see that I'm almost a decade older now. And anyway the streets are and the bars are full of easier prey: girls whose eyes, behind their sunglasses, are filled with this targetless, nameless need."