Dating culture and country

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Los Angeles (33%) and New York City (18%) are the cities where the most women would be open to open relationships, while NYC (35%) and San Francisco (34%) are home to the most open men.

Now that you know, does that help explain that ghosting situation from last week?

However, in most other parts of the world, people like to share their interests and find common things in their lives and cultures instead of differences.

Moreover, women in other cultures do not mind sharing (especially European women) the bill as well.

In different countries, the ways of finding a partner are different.

Here, in the USA, you would be finding a very business-like approach when it comes to USA dating.

If New York is the worst city for messaging, then Portland is the best.

The opposite of this is seen in Japan and Korea where dating starts only during college and the guys need to bear the responsibility of the date as well as the bills that follow.

And this, I console myself, is why my first messages on Ok Cupid so often go unanswered: in NYC, millennial men reply to only 24% of all messages they receive — the only place the odds are less favorable is Los Angeles.

And it’s even harder for men; New York the very worst US city for guys messaging women, who reply to men’s messages only 10% of the time.

It is almost like a job interview or even a house hunt.

You have a particular set of specifications that you want your partner to meet.

Or make you feel better that you’re not the only one who’s just looking for something casual right now?

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