Men's Health (Malaysia) - - Sex & Relationships -

The In­ter­net is the big­gest thing to hap­pen to courtship in the past 100 years – and per­haps since the agricultural rev­o­lu­tion thou­sands of years ago, says Justin Gar­cia, Ph.D., of the Kin­sey In­sti­tute. By the time you two meet, you’ve al­ready been flirt­ing for hours, court­ing with emails, texts, even emo­jis. You can learn tonnes about a per­son – job, ro­man­tic his­tory, cock­tail pref­er­ences—be­fore the first date. And it shows: our re­cent sur­vey showed that more than half of dat­ing app users met their last part­ner on­line; mean­while, 43 per­cent say tech­nol­ogy has helped their sex life, while only four per­cent say it’s made it worse. But Tin­der won’t do all the work for you. “They’re not dat­ing sites. They’re ‘in­tro­duc­ing’ sites,” says Fisher, an ad­vi­sor to Match.com. It’s still up to you to meet, lis­ten, flirt and charm. Your great pro­file pic is no match for your dazzling per­son­al­ity.

36% of sin­gle men still aren’t tak­ing ad­van­tage of on­line dat­ing. What are you wait­ing for? Start swip­ing!

“Women are be­gin­ning to de­mand good sex. They’re not just ly­ing back and think­ing of Eng­land.”

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