Very odd question, and completely out of the blue:
Is online dating worth it or is it just a chance to read a bunch of thoughtless, syntax-lacking, grammar killing offers from other humans?
I’m just wondering, because my FwB told me after sex tonight that while he definitely still wants to continue our arrangement, he is going through some stuff that means he’s both;
A) not going to be around my area as frequently for a few months, and
B) may not always be in the mood for sex/may be too mentally stressed for physical intimacy when we do hang out.
To which I responded that it’s fine, I’ll just *ahem* take care of myself more and will still be there for him as a confidant and friend. Besides, guilting people into sex when they’re not feeling it is gross and immature.
But he says that he thinks I’m ready to have another FwB, even if it’s just on a temporary basis. I’m still kind of hesitant, but he made the point that I’m getting better at allowing typical touches with strangers/my customers (handshakes, hugs, people standing in my personal space) and that I should probably “graduate” to having sex with other people besides him. A part of me agrees, but another part is wondering just how the hell one does this dating thing. Other than 2 separate week-long and very uncomfortable attempts in high school, I’ve never done something like this.
Anyone know a site/dating group that has male or female disease free virgins that don’t want children, marriage, commitment, or to live together? Yeah right, like that exists. Do I just say “yes” to the next random guy (or gal) who asks me out, even though I know nothing about them? Should I save my money for a random college course like cooking or art and try to meet someone that way? I may just have to grow a pair and take the plunge into upping my number of sexual partners to 2 if I’m going to get my lover off my back about this…then again, self-loving is definitely an easy, viable option and one I’m excellent at. 😉
So, any information or advice out there, readers?