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If she texts him first, and he likes her back, they’ll see each other again!
But if she texts him first, and he doesn’t like her, she risks personal and social embarrassment for shooting off that unreturned “heyyy.” So she doesn’t text him, and instead she waits until he texts her (at his own personal risk), and they go out again!
Or she doesn’t text him, and he doesn’t text her, and they never figure out if they hated each other or if they were both just bluffing. The study did isolate some characteristics, beyond gender that could point to a person's compatibility with another texter.
IPhone users are more likely to ask out a person via text than Android users.
Smartphone-enabled daters across the country are busy interpreting their own texts and coming to alternate conclusions about romantic connections between men and women.
A new study commissioned by online dating sites JDate and Christian Mingle surveyed 1,500 single men and women across America about their romantic behaviors and expectations in the age of the smartphone and found few gender differences in how men and women approach dating.
but it looks like one woman has taken it a step further.
But the majority of men and women surveyed are in agreement: It doesn’t matter who texts first.According to the study, the majority of single men and women are also in agreement that “texting has made dating more ambiguous.” The old courtship model—where the man pursues until the woman fends him off or acquiesces—is dead (and good riddance), but a new romantic script has failed to emerge. Under the gender-essentialist model, the man would text a woman; the woman would field the advance, and the man would keep texting until she either agreed to a date or blocked his number with the phone company.That script pits men and women against the other based on perceived gender differences.Technology may have made dating more ambiguous, but it just might end up making it better.When Miranda tries multi-dating, she quickly finds nobody wants a lawyer, while her same physique appeals as a "stewardess".