I've often said, "I'm not into dating a woman, unless there is long-term potential." And I think what I am saying, is that without the features and opportunities for a lasting relationship, I'd rather not spend the time and effort to gain a new "friend." It's fine. It is not enough to survive again, we long to thrive.
And if LOVE is not the greatest opportunity to thrive, I don't know what is.
Just look at what Dan Bloom, Korea’s foremost expert on dating Korean women, has to say about them! The fierce competition for men in Korea means that Korean women really take care of themselves – it’s almost impossible to find an “American sized” Korean woman, if you know what I mean. Of course, as men, we’re in it for more than just physical look… Anybody who accuses Korean women of being “easy” should be lead off to the asylum.
Having just gotten back from Japan, I can definitely see where Redpole Q’s characterization of Japanese girls hits its mark dead-center but, as good as Japanese women are, Korean women have some distinct advantages. Korean women have a desire to please that just isn’t matched in the West.
If you’ve been keeping up with our little site you may have noticed an article that came out recently by Redpole Q titled, 7 Reasons I Love Japanese Girls and You Should Too.
Now let me just say right-off-the-bat that Redpole Q is usually dead-right with his perspective but I can’t help but think that he used complaints about Korea to suggest Korean women weren’t as golden as many a man has found them to be. Korean women have a sexual charge that I just haven’t seen anywhere else in Asia – they present themselves very, very well. Of course we are – we also love it when girls use those looks well.
So much so that from December 2016 to January 2017, the number of Tinderellas and Tinderfellas increased by 11 percent, the company says.
For New Yorkers, the main plus is the sheer number of people on Tinder in the city.
Or, the most, insidious, they're simply not ready for a relationship. We remember the highs of love crushes, the sex, the joy, the "hi, I am soooo glad to see you" feelings that are bantered back and forth when you are establishing a new love relationship. And I've run across my share of women running from any kind of commitment. And perhaps, in the early stages of divorce, a light approach is better, you really don't need a relationship, you need a healing. Or maybe our kids are the priority, but it a way that precludes any time for a relationship to be built.
Their profiles forget to mention they're not divorced yet. I think that's what we're imagining when we jump back into the dating pool again. Perhaps we're not done processing the past relationship.
For those living in the city, dating without a little bit of technological assistance can be daunting.