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Just to make sure one pans out, one single explained.In these more enlightened times, single men think nothing of aggressively trawling the net for female partners, while transgenders are as bold about putting themselves out there, the Inquirer found out. “The smarter the woman gets, the more difficult it is to find the perfect man,” rued one single in her 30s.Though he thinks he shouldn’t be dating right now, as his work demands too much of his time and attention, Dick said he is “open to a relationship” should he meet the right person and find a way “to balance work and personal life.” Sarah, a 31-year-old public relations professional from Makati, recalled the best date she’d gone on recently: A full-day affair that started with breakfast at Salcedo Market, lunch and a massage in Tagaytay, and dinner at a Japanese restaurant in Makati.
I was caught off-guard and was a bit embarrassed for him.
” Jay, 25, from Davao, also uses Grindr to find guys who become either interesting dates or “casual sexual encounters.” He added: “I multitask and people should do the same.
I’ve had enough of closing my doors to other guys just because I’m dating one. It’s nice to have options and it’s a waste of time to play hard to get.
Thanks to social media, the Internet and various dating apps, the love life of Filipino singles remains a lively but complex landscape filled with possibilities, dashed hopes, terrible dates and illicit relationships, as well as a constant search for committed relationships.
Inquirer’s series of interviews with singles revealed that because of hectic work schedules, young singles turn to Tinder, Happn, Grindr, Bumble, OKCupid, Filipino Cupid, Badoo and other dating apps, which also allow them to get into several relationships at the same time.
“It’s just so hard to picture myself as a kept woman. because it’s so juicy there.” He added of a guy he’s talking to right now: “He’s great.