DO get to know the person as well you can via email before deciding to take things further.
With all the information that’s on their profile it’s easy to get a conversation going, even if you’re the shy and introvert type.
Pack a picnic, and jump on one of the iconic blue bikes, it’s something my friends always say they want to do when we walk past a pod of bikes, but how often do you actually get to do it? London is a fast-paced city, and you need extra strong batteries!
Not just for yourself, but also for your smart phone!
No matter if you love or hate texting, it’s hard to escape the “texting phase” in a budding relationship.
In the best case, it’s an exchange of witty one-liners and fascinating reveals that create a slow build of anticipation to chatting on the phone and finally meeting.
According to data from Youth Risk Behavior Surveys (YRBS) conducted during 2001‒2009 in seven states and six large urban school districts, the percentage of LGB students (across the sites) who were threatened or injured with a weapon on school property in the prior year ranged from 12% to 28%.
In addition, across the sites― LGBTQ youth are also at increased risk for suicidal thoughts and behaviors, suicide attempts, and suicide.
London has some beautiful outdoor spaces – from Hyde Park to Clapham Common.
It may seem ironic that I’m writing this just days before I actually move to the Capital, but if there’s one thing I know about London, it’s the Dating world. (please excuse the general butchering of the E17 song there! Every time I venture any further East than Liverpool St, I feel extremely uncool!
Over the past twelve months, I’ve averaged three dates or dating events a week in London, more than most of my London-based friends. B is for Boris Bikes Summer is here, so make the most of the outdoors!
And from Little Venice to the South Bank – make the most of the scenic surroundings while the sunshine is out!
What better way to experience the sunshine, than on a bike?