Online dating for already married people
Some husbands whose wives refuse to perform oral sex on them complain that other women do this for the men they love and if their wife really loved them they would do it; but some women are not comfortable with oral sex, whether to give it or receive it.If you’re absolutely not willing to perform oral sex on your spouse your spouse should be able to accept how you feel about it and not try to pressure you or guilt-trip you.
And even easier to forget to wonder how it's changed things when it comes to romantic relationships.And while they haven't proven anything entirely yet, their work does suggest Tinder, OKCupid and the rest are shifting marriage in two significant - and positive - ways. In the old days, most people met their partner through friends of friends or acquaintances.One knock-on effect of this is increasing rates of interracial marriage, the researchers suspect.We are much less likely to travel in the same circles with people of very different backgrounds than we are to meet such folks online, after all. "Research into the strength of marriage has found some evidence that married couples who meet online have lower rates of marital breakup than those who meet traditionally.Since the men outnumber the women three to two on the app, it might be easy to dismiss this as guys just fulfilling the stereotype that they're all a bunch of cheaters, but that’s not the case on Tinder.
In fact, in Tinder world, women are twice as likely to be cheaters than men.
It could be some dude hoping for a place to send dick pics, a girl looking to score pizza, or as evidenced here, a married woman who maybe just wants someone besides her partner to tell her she’s effing hot for a change.
As long as we all take what we see on Tinder with a grain of salt, then we'll all be fine.
Just how many of these women are using Tinder to possibly cheat? More than half of the women on Tinder are in serious relationships and 40 percent are married.
As for the guys, a third are in committed relationships and 23 percent are legally hitched.
Jessica Stillman is a freelance writer based in Cyprus with interests in unconventional career paths, generational differences, and the future of work.