Dating online used to be the in thing – exciting and even a little risky. However, in 2012, dating sites have simply become another run of the mill way of dating, and single people seem to be getting quite bored with it.
Different and exhilarating methods for everyone to attempt to find that right person have been emerging everywhere, for a long-term association, a one night out or even just a friendly association.
One keen woman even used her Grannie as her wing woman and it jolly well worked. Just the other day two people got married while meeting on “chatroulette,” which is an online dating site that permits users to chatter to complete strangers when using a webcam.
Credit must be given to the applications for smart phones that allow users to seek out friendships in the same geographical region, which is often referred to as stalking.
Going back to basics and meeting somebody on a good traditional night out is really on the move.
This whole method is not new at all but a sex doctor is placing a new and original spin on that by uniting a new type of dating with a new sort of theatre and it appears to be working exceedingly well.
Never Sleep Alone is a theatrical show presently sucking in New York audiences.
Part musical and dance presentation and partly dating seminar, it is put on by Dr Shiller, a sex psychologist and musical therapist, who unites the steamy, the single and the adventurous together for an evening of laughter, great music and interaction.
Dr Alex says that her audience is filled with those seeking a date in a novel, sexy way.
The show audience is divided up into groups of singles who wish to meet up with somebody else, and onlookers who are those who wish to just watch the action taking place.
The single people are permitted to sit near to the stage at large tables so, even before the show gets going, intermingling takes place.
Once the show starts, they all file through the singles area and Dr Alex chooses strangers and gets them to kiss one another, swap mobile numbers, sit on each other knees and any other appropriate acts.