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And I've been told the best loves happen without asking for your permission first. So if love supposedly finds us when we aren't looking, then why does dating even exist? We learn about ourselves, too: what we're willing to put up with for the rest of our lives and what we're not. But in the eyes of someone who wants to take me out on a date, that same schedule is impractical. Why are we encouraged to proactively seek something that will come find us? But trying to strike that balance between "doing us" and actively going on dates is entirely up to us -- and, to be honest, seems impossible. I wrote a piece once about how I will absolutely never, ever give up my gym time for a man I don't know. Why do we invest so much of our time, energy and hope into Tinder and Bumble and set-ups from friends and blind dates as per our parents' suggestions? I'd think twice about giving up a good sweat sesh for a guy I care deeply about, but getting to that level is the tough part. But a far better picture emerges in research for those of a particular age and sexual orientation.
An employee of the site sent to an estimate of the likelihood of getting a response.Online dating can be difficult for men but there are still many who pull it off anyway. Okcupid put out a thing showing that something like 90% of the messages on the site from women to men went to men making 100k a year or more. While my to-date only girlfriend (now ex) was actually met IRL, before that I did have several flirts with girls met online, they just never developed.I think I'm manageable and I still had a hard time. So no, I wouldn't say it's a waste of time. Sending out thoughtful messages and getting no responses get old fast.Another local researcher found in 2013 that dating websites are increasingly popular — and successful — amongst older Aussies.Dating app Tinder is also immensely popular amongst younger demographics, so they must be doing something right.