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Internet dating is useless

They’ve dropped for everyone, across the board, including me. I still get laid online, and 20 have still been good years for me in terms of bringing new women into my sex life via online dating. Moreover, as I’ve said before, it is a very simple process to get laid online while having very low response rates.

It’s that there are less women on dating sites who are actually there to meet a guy in real life.

Years ago, most women on dating sites (not all, but most) were there for one reason: to find a guy they were interested in, then get in a car or bus and go meet that guy in real life. Today, most women on dating sites have no intention whatsoever of actually meeting a guy in real life. They’re there for all kinds of other reasons, such as: With every passing year there is a huge upsurge in the amount of women in the above categories.

This rapid evolution of the internet in our society along with the birth of online dating has fundamentally changed the way that men and women go about dating.

In 2016, dating no longer is as personal and as intimate as it once was.

I’m hoping the links I post here will cure someone of their naivete before they finally bite the bullet and create that OKCupid account they’ve been meaning to make.

I do my best not to believe stereotypes and give people a fair break, especially regarding gender, but nothing frustrates my efforts more than online dating sites.

If you’ve followed my stuff for a while you already know all about this.

Low response rates do not equal no sex, assuming you’re doing everything else correctly.

If nothing else, you should know what you’re getting into before you consider signing up.

Don’t go into online dating expecting it to make things easier, because it really doesn’t.

In practice, however, we have these tendencies to expend a lot of our time and energy on aspects of dating which prone to wasting your time with online dating than you are trying to meet women by making a cold approach at a bar or making small-talk with the cute librarian you ran into at Starbucks.