Pro cons of internet dating
I’ve never been one to hang out at bars, so I decided to give online dating a whirl.
Let me tell you, it has been an interesting ride to say the least. Consider these statistics: In 2010, 17% of people who got married met on an online dating site.
Eight months after going through a divorce and becoming a single father, I recently decided to get back into the dating game.
It’s a novel profession, even in New York City, and one that arouses a lot of curiosity.
I’ll start with a brief overview of how it works before I get into the pros and cons and then offer a few pointers. If you’re using one of the popular free sites, you’ll start by entering some personal data, from height and maybe weight to race and religion.
Plenty of fields will be optional, and all of the sites are a little different when it comes to what they ask, how they ask, and what you’re required to answer.
There are those who were more inclined to bullying others because of the anonymity dating apps offered. Fortunately, a new generation decided to develop a more secure approach to online dating.
Greater security measures are now taken to ensure privacy.