Meeting people and making new friends can be both intimidating and embarrassing. This happens especially when you are new to a place and you do not know many people around you. Whether you’re moving to a new city for your job or another reason, or traveling on vacation, it can be very terrifying to meet new people at random and start conversations. To be lucky, though, there are many iPhone apps out there that you can use to expand your circle of friends by going social and meeting new friends. Here we have listed some of the best dating apps for the iPhone to meet new people in 2019. Continue reading
DoubleList casual hookups is a high-end dating site, which allows its users to find adult personals ads and other adulterous relationships easily. For nearly 2 years, it’s a platform that has generated a community of followers, positioning itself in a niche a little different from most naughty dating sites, which makes it today one of the most best naughty dating sites on the market.
Tinder is an application specialized in “meetings between neighbors”. Thanks to the success of dating sites such as Meetic and AdopteUnMec, Tinder has a place of choice in the field today. The French are more and more addicted to their smartphone, so it was logical that such an application be born. Beginner or regular, discover 5 tips to flirt on Tinder! Continue reading
Before posting your photo on a dating site you camouflage your buttons, crane, and pout to be ultra-sexy? Bad idea. Indeed, OkCupid has just revealed that it is the women whose pictures are mundane or not terrible who win the most appointments galant.
Notice to women registered on dating sites, do not show you in your best light. Indeed, a statistical study conducted by OKCupid, an English dating site, has just revealed that it is the women with unflattering photos that attracted the most attention of men and won the most appointments. Continue reading
As long as we remember (at least since the institution of marriage), most human beings have always been unfaithful. The difference is that infidelity has never been easier to access than it is today. Virtual infidelity, emotional infidelity, micro cheating … Can we still be faithful (and remain so)?
At her famous TED conference in 2015, relationship therapist Esther Perel found a contradiction: “95% of people say that it is extremely bad for a partner to lie if he has been unfaithful. But the same proportion of people admit that they would do the same if they were unfaithful. “
We rely heavily on the loyalty of his partner, but at the same time, we have never been so tempted to go see what happens elsewhere. Continue reading