Dating rituals of men
Perhaps there is a time and place for men like him, but I can’t help thinking there should be a name for people that search through sites only looking for sex, trawlers?In his own words online dating makes ‘getting laid easier’.He does think that ‘you can find true love’ online, a real knight in shining armour.Maybe his optimism is accountable to the fact that he is still new to the dating scene, after having only ten dates in comparison to Alex’s hundred, all as a result of online dating.“At the core of me was always to find that love and that relationship my parents have,” he told the Grio.“One thing in my life that I have not been able to accomplish is finding that love, that partner to spend the rest of my life with.” Viewers will have to tune in to this season to find out whether Pierce finds love or is still in the search for the right one.It’s good to be treated to an insight on online dating from the male perspective, and these two men couldn’t be more different to one another.
titled "Body Ritual Among the Nacirema," in which he described some of the bizarre rituals and practices of a little-known tribe -- the Nacirema -- living in North America.
They are Dan, Alex, and Marty, budding investment bankers at the same financial firm, which recruited Alex and Marty straight from an Ivy League campus.
When asked if they’ve been arranging dates on the apps they’ve been swiping at, all say not one date, but two or three: “You can’t be stuck in one lane …
The other is straight out of a nightmare, brash, hyperactive, shallow and only after one thing.
Actually that’s possibly a little unfair on Alex, probably the thing that offends me most about him is the way he objectionalises women, they are all fair game and if they’re not going to put out he’ll not put in any effort.
While he admits the way a woman looks does play a role in who catches his attention, Pierce doesn’t have a particular type and focuses on common interests as a place to start conversation.