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Today’s Dating Culture

Updated | February 11, 2017 21:14 IST

Today’s romance culture has changed and many are reasons for that. How is the dating market now, what they have to do to acquire a good prospect in light of the fact that there are other women out there trying to win the same prize. We hear is that they greatly dislike the dating scene today. There are three main sources of concern – the quality of the mate, the energies they have to undertake to self promote, and the competition they face.

Women usually begin by complaining about the available men. There seems to be two main problems. First, they meet men who are already in relationships but who take off their wedding ring to appear available. Or, there are men who say that they are single but then secretly text their girl friend saying that they are still out with the guys and will be home late. Ultimately it’s a deception. In general, there seems to be a perception that there are only a few good men out there left. To win these few good men, they have to improve themselves and compete with other women who are trying to get the same guy. And, because there are only a few good ones out they don’t want to be overly demanding. When questioned about what they would ask for if they could, most women mention romance  they want to feel that they are the center of his world, that he can’t help but fall in love with them, and it’s them and only them that he wants. They want him to be clear about his love.

Usually it follows from falling in love. Basically, these women want to live the plot of any romantic comedy movie or romance novel. When asked whether the women thought they themselves were romantic, the answer seems to be no – so the women want the men to be romantic, but aren’t themselves. They seem to believe that men really don’t care if they are romantic, so why bother? Overall, then, there is a perception that there aren’t many good men out there, and if a woman finds one, she doesn’t want to place many demands on him because it might scare him off.

Using good clothes and a winning personality one is competing against potential rivals for a keeper of a man. However, that pales in comparison to the competition women are in when it comes to sex. One of the most significant issue that I’m hearing these days is how men are not really displaying any romance, and women are feeling increasingly pressured. They just don’t want to be single again or they want to have a little more time to see if he’s a keeper. And these days, it seems that the date is number two or three when one used only a finely tuned wit to woo. Perhaps the situation is different among older crowds.

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