Best app for married dating
I received one message after another, plenty from creeps but plenty from seemingly respectable suitors.
I’ve been married for almost 15 years; I am ignorant of the swipe-romance, the point-and-click marriage.
On a recent evening, I was having drinks with a male friend — a single and actively-looking-for-a-long-term-relationship friend — when he asked me why there seemed to be so many married women on Tinder.
I felt coveted and appreciated and valued and desired. I like to use a lot of alcohol and hard drugs and then have sex. Oh, A few days into the experiment, I still wasn’t sure I’d actually connect with anyone who I’d want to meet in person, when I matched with a man who was British, erudite, and polite.
Why isn’t every married woman in the world on Tinder, I began to wonder. Then we winked at each other for a few minutes, back and forth. He worked as some kind of consultant for an NGO and had been stationed for a year in a war-torn African country.
We both agreed that the most appealing descriptors seemed to be the shortest.