Example: back when I had a girl-next-door profile, I met a guy who parroted all the right lingo.He was "transparent" and "emotionally available" and "looking for a life partner." He was also a master manipulator who conned me into thinking he loved me when he was only interested in having sex on his schedule, and sending me videos of himself masturbating multiple times a day. If it's okay to talk about your job, your boat, your dog, and your kids, why then, can't you talk about sex?If you want to attract someone who values sex as much as you, you need to do the very thing you've been taught to do: be transparent.I don't mean that you should post wet t-shirt photos and boast of your deep-throating skills.
This is known as the similarity hypothesis, or the “birds of a feather flock together" effect.
However, this similarity was not shown to contribute to relationship satisfaction.
This being said, to rigorously test dating companies’ claims, the scientific community would need access to their exact compatibility algorithms, which we currently do not have.2) Greater pool of partners.
And I certainly don't mean that you should play down your intelligence, since the kind of man you most likely want to attract will also be turned on by your mind.
But I mean that if you miss having hot morning sex before your hot morning coffee, then go ahead and say that. Are men such savages that they can't value a woman for more than the sum of her lady parts?