Big think online dating
In the real world, a person is a package and you might not notice their eye colour, but online you cross off people for the most base physical reasons.
You become judgmental.’Professor Harry Reis, who led the research into the efficacy of internet dating, said that skimming over the profiles and pictures of hundreds of potential mates encouraged a ‘shopping’ mentality.
I've decided that I'm better off alone -- e Harmony.com, and can get rich off someone else's money, not mine.""I got a stalker.
My warning to women: If you have a unique name, do not post your first name or even your last initial on your profile ANYWHERE (even in your user name).
With an unlimited number of other people on offer via the internet, there’s little incentive to work it out if things get tough.
And with the cloak of anonymity the net provides, it’s never been easier to be unfaithful.‘The internet has opened up this sense of “Where do I stop? ‘In previous generations, people met a partner and accepted they wouldn’t be perfect in every aspect, but internet dating is like a chocolate box that never stops giving.
Apart from the risk of sexually transmitted disease, ultimately a never-ending quest for grass that’s greener means that women (and men) don’t face the realities of relationships.
Some immediately began asking about my sexual turn-ons, fantasies and other weird comments/questions.
It got to the point where any message at all would just annoy me.""I would get between 30 to 50 messages daily, and maybe two or three were normal conversations from normal-seeming guys.
It's worse than being at a bar with the unsolicited dick pictures and sexually charged introductions -- 'You look like you take it up the ass.' Men have become bolder and not in a good way.
They are able to hide behind gadgets and feel that they can be completely disrespectful.