He’s never introduced me to his family (who live out-of-state), but he’s introduced me to all of his close friends as his he loves you, but let’s talk about how men show love and the subject of men & love in general.
To the cynical or jaded in the audience, men feel love. But we definitely express it differently than women and interpret it differently as well.
For example, the creators of Date My first got their idea for the site after their female friends complained that they were spending most of their time with other students enrolled in the school of social work, most of whom were women.
Online dating can make it easier to meet people, particularly for shy or socially awkward people, so people who are uncomfortable with the bar scene or who don't have a large group of friends might be more likely to date online.
I'm a college student, single, and I've been wondering how best to go about getting to know some girls and maybe start a relationship.
Of course you'd think college is a great place for this, but my school has a very large ratio of men to women, and the women not only are low in quantity but are mostly low in quality too.
The few good ones there are are mostly taken (until a few months ago, I was in a 2 year relationship carried over from High School).
Thinking about my options I thought about dating sites.
Of course I could go out on weekends and visit other schools, take my chances on friends of friends, random people at a party or something, but what about something more targeted?
You can go through the list of females in your neighbourhood to browse through their pictures.
Online dating once was something people had to keep secret, and was treated as the domain of people who couldn't get a "real" date.
Online dating helped them meet students of the opposite sex at their school.