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The move toward sexual conservatism might simply be a result of Ok Cupid’s growing user base.Ten years ago, online dating was more avant-garde, and thus more likely to be popular among libertines and free spirits, as opposed to anyone and everyone looking for love.Just like in 2005, the plurality of people (47 percent in 2015) say they wait three dates before having sex with someone new.And people increasingly feel they would at least need to sleep with them before the wedding night: Of course, Ok Cupid is far from an accurate representation of all sexually active adults.It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was Carrie Underwood’s time.It was the age of wisdom, but also of low-rise jeans.One in 5 of the respondents turned out to be current users of such dating apps.The picture-based dating app users did report being less restricted in their sociosexuality.
Still, to the extent that those 12 million are being honest, the news seems both good and bad.
In other words, swiping left and right doesn't mean that you are "hooking up" left and right.
For the study, a research team from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (Ernst Olav Botnen, Mons Bendixen, Trond Viggo Grøntvedt, and Leif Edward Ottesen Kennair) surveyed 641 students (ages 19 to 29) on their use of Tinder, their "sociosexual orientation," and their number of casual partners.
Less restricted in sociosexuality is a scientific way of saying "more willing to engage in sexual activity outside of a committed relationship" or "more open to hook-ups" or "ring? " Next time your significant other accuses you of cheating, try saying that you were "not cheating but rather experienced a momentary relaxation of your sociosexuality." The study also showed that willing doesn't necessarily mean more able.
While some apps deliver exactly what you ask for like a picture of a cat, the picture-based dating app users did not tend to have more casual sex partners than those who didn't use the apps.