If you read the comments on this blog regularly, you can probably draw some false conclusions about dating. To this day my mother insists men are dumb and useless.
Men are pretty even-keeled about the ups and downs of dating. Says Moxie, “They don’t write articles about the dearth of “good” women. They don’t bemoan their bad dates on Twitter or Facebook. If I were to tender a guess, it’s for a few reasons: 1. That ticking clock gets louder and creates an undue sense of pressure to not “waste time” on the wrong men. Thus, women get hurt by passionate flings more than men. Men aren’t as consumed by relationships, in general. There are certainly a lot fewer male dating bloggers, relationship columnists, and dating coaches (apart from the pick-up artist crowd). I think it’s because women are more vocal about male shortcomings. I don’t want my profile posted somewhere and I’m not interested in being pursued for sex because that is the only thing single moms are good for.
Risk is reduced even further when the following qualifications are met: Risk of transmission varies with viral load, which is entirely unique to each individual.
Consistent and correct condom usage is key to lowering transmission risk in mixed status couples, regardless of viral load.
"An O negative couple is the type of couple which moves mountains together, as they both in their unity tend to allow one another to be themselves and catch the other when they feel the other is down, while for example a B positive man would probably miss the signs an O negative man will read naturally."As an O negative woman, I do agree with the assessment to an extent.
Daters have to spend just as much time dating online.
This happens due to lack of experience and a broader understanding of what relationships are (Dasgupta, 2011).