Rule book on dating
And these women have been asking us for a book of Rules for dating online.
As many of you know, our first book, The Rules, spawned a worldwide movement.
Readers began -- and continue -- to set up free online and offline support groups around the world and visit our website ( at the rate of over 400,000 hits a month.
But when we wrote The Rules seven years ago, little was known about online dating-many even considered it dangerous -- so we did not even include it.
“Send a subtle but suggestive text to start with,” Kerner says. Never go beyond the level she’s at; otherwise you risk turning her off.” OLD: Dating One Woman At a Time. “If you want to avoid getting a bad reputation, stick to one date a night, don’t contact other women while on a date, and make sure you make a note of who’s who so you don’t use the wrong name,” Kerner says.
NEW: Multi-Dating.● Back in the day, there was only one type of steak on every menu: beef. Now you can see as many women as you can fit into your schedule. But read the small print: The same rules apply to women.
Women not only spent less time looking at a man’s face (when compared with men looking at women); they also moved more quickly onto his other body parts. “So take in her breasts or legs, but don’t dwell on them.” And make the most of your assets, too.
“Wear well-fitting shirts, and don’t be shy about using your jeans to show off whatever nature gave you.” OLD: Online dating.
It also means every night is “date night.” So the way it used to work—with time to plan what you’d wear, where you’d take her, and so on—has changed. Keep a change of clothes at work, along with some deodorizing wipes and mouthwash, because who knows what’s in store.
Now you can try venison steak, tuna steak, even tofu steak...
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Well, now it’s time to dump some obsolete dating rules, too..you want to win. “Most women would probably say they don’t stare at men’s bodies in the same way men do women, but they’re mistaken,” says sex therapist Ian Kerner, author of .
Play by these new rules and you’ll score again and again. NEW: Women checking men out.● Think your zipper’s undone? Using eye-tracking technology, scientists from the Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender, and Reproduction found that women are actually more likely to have wandering eyes than men.