Therefore: Being responsive to your partner is wildly important to a successful relationship — both emotionally and in the bedroom — but is it attractive from the get-go?
At least for women, the answer seems to be a resounding “no.” The study paired up men and women with a “responsive” and “non-responsive” partner and had them interact (you know, like a first date).
Obviously, this is not a scientific term; formally, the studies measured how attractive the opposite sex is to “responsive” people.
Women, however, did not find their responsive partners particularly masculine or feminine – and worse yet, being responsive was marginally but negatively associated with how attractive they found their male partner.With Tinder, you can search for love over lunch, while getting a haircut, or on line at the grocery store. As a dating coach, I try out most online dating sites and apps.I test-drive them for my clients, so I know which ones to recommend.Yes, you read that right: the less responsive guys were (i.e.the bigger of an asshat they were), the more attractive women found them.