Once considered the province of the ‘desperate and dateless,’ online dating is now entrenched as another way to meet a romantic partner.
Particularly for women, online dating sites are perceived as offering a safe environment, allowing them to manage what information they reveal about themselves, and the pace at which a relationship develops.
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e Harmony has 20 million users, about 17 million, and the list could go on.
This would make dating a far more efficient and less time consuming process.
A full sensory virtual date would be exactly like a real one – you could hold someone’s hand and even smell their fragrance – but all from the comfort of your own home.
The report, commissioned by relationship site e Harmony and compiled by MSc Management students at Imperial College Business School, is based on analysis of more than 100 years of trend data and interviews with leading experts across the fields of anthropology, sociology, technology and biomedicine.
The findings reveal a "super-charged" continuation of today's online dating trends.