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In the (nearly impossible) event that you read every user-submitted post, you can hop over to r/relationships (2.4 million members), r/relationship_advice (1.5 million members), or any of the other related subreddits.
Not only does The Ok Cupid Blog tackle the topic of modern dating through its posts, it frequently turns to its own users to substantiate its arguments.
Or make you feel better that you’re not the only one who’s just looking for something casual right now?
This data captures dating patterns in broad strokes — it certainly doesn’t mean that every guy you meet in NYC is looking for an open relationship.
Expert advice is provided for relationships of all orientations and ages, while a lively forum provides a venue for the site's 68,000-plus readers to connect.
By chronicling her (mis)adventures in online dating, the 30-something woman behind this blog finds humor where few would expect it (OKCupid trolls included).
This sounds a bit creepy but it’s not so much telling someone you love them but rather the Japanese way of letting them know you like them and asking them out.
One thing that is very different in Japan is that it is not uncommon for a woman to ask a man out.
I was young and naïve so it was a little scary in the beginning and I soon discovered the dating process in America is quite different from the one in Japan.
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?
Casual relationships are fairly mainstream, but open relationships — one where both partners can see other people — aren’t quite there yet.
About a third of men and only 13% of women on Ok Cupid say they’d be open to an open relationship.