They also raise their pay by 20% (or more, if they're older).And uh, "80% of self-identified bisexuals are only interested in one gender."In other words, everybody's pretty much less attractive than we say we are. They're separating and trying to decide how to divide everything. Worst still is that he's married and is sharing a house with his wife. And neither are as attractive as a broke, six-foot tall guy.
Meeting him face to face was a different matter, however.Jake asks, "Bonny, I get that you want me to try online dating to save time, and to meet people outside my social circle.I just can't get it out of my head that online dating is for losers though, and that I'll meet someone awful. "I've paraphrased Jake's question, because he shared his concerns with me face-to-face, and because I get this question constantly.All of these are valid points, and I've encountered each and every one personally and well as professionally.If anything, I have a few added risks beyond the general population's; try telling someone that you met online you give dating advice for a living with a major media outlet, and see how they react. As statistics are a bit tricky to come by for some of these concerns, I will again go back to my own personal and professional experience to say they're rare.