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We have already discussed what women can do to suss out their potential partner, so we now focus on the men.
These texts reflect a larger malaise in dating, both offline and on: a man’s sense of entitlement, an undercurrent of aggression, his petulance at not readily getting what he wants, and women’s hostility and reluctance to engage.
The problem is that, in an online set-up, many women expect the initial approach to be made by men.
Instant messaging, texting and flirting online has never been so easy before.