The Difference Between a Dating Site and a Hookup Site

There are a lot of different sites out there that connect men and women for intimate fun. But does that mean sex, or dating? A lot of sites say that they’ll give you both, but can you trust them? What’s the real deal with these sites and how can you turn it to your advantage by tailoring your approach to women by whether you’re on a ‘dating’ or ‘hookup’ site? The Use of “Romance” in the Site Text If you need a clue as to whether this site is geared towards people looking for sex or love, just look at how much romance comes up in the site text. If they advertise they have over 50,000 sexy singles waiting online, you can bet that they’re not saying you’re going to find the love of your life here. They’re advertising that this site will get you laid. If you join up for that, it’s safe to assume that most of the other people who’ve joined up want the same thing. You should go in looking to score and you’ll find women who want the same. If, on the other hand, there’s a lot of talk about “connecting” and “finding what you’ve been looking for”, you’re in romance territory. You should tackle…


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