Sunday, January 23, 2011

Changing faces of dating – 10 ways dating etiquette has changed

Sometimes when you read a female dating profile, especially women over 30 tends to read things like "is there any gentlemen left out there" and other words that basically stated that they are looking for a cultured man, seem to be a shortage of such men these days.
Some have argued that feminism has a role to play in changing men from gentle and respectful of women to become more aggressive and less friendly to the Lord. A poster promoting a record depicts a man and a woman with a speech bubble man woman "asks equal? then your turn at the bar ".

An article by Top Dating Sites exploring how things have changed between men and women from the viewpoint of dating. The article entitled "10 ways dating etiquette has changed over the years" is an excellent exploration of the subject. Except that lists the elements first 4 follows from article:

1. blessed is the father who refuses to allow his daughter go on running a car that was parked on the street or road, and the driver has just honked the Horn!
2. or similar to this: Blessed is the father who requires he meets a young man, before he allows his daughter to go anywhere with him.
3. blessed is the young man who is willing to come to the door and greet the parents of the girl, dressed appropriately, willing to extend his hand – ready with a strong handshake, and a "my name is Joe Blow, nice to meet you."
4. blessed is the person who opens the door for his date.

You can read the full article here.

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