Does art imitate life? Over at Eight Ladies, Jilly reports on a study that shows what men and women really want when they go online to date.
Women prefer bravery, courage and a willingness to take risks rather than kindness and altruism in their partners.
Do you agree?
The above statement is a direct quote from an academic paper about online dating, written by Professor Khalid Khan of Barts and the London School of Medicine and Sameer Chaudhry of the University of North Texas, published in the Journal of Evidence Based Medicine. I read about the paper in an article online this week and thought it sounded like story gold, so I took a closer look.
The paper’s stated objective is: to determine, for people seeking a date online, what activities and behaviours have an effect on the chances of converting electronic communication into a face-to-face meeting.
Or to paraphrase, how to win at online dating.
And since success at the preliminary stages of online dating is all about establishing a character
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