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What worries me about events dedicated to such a concept is that it seems they'd almost inherently attract people whose looks have held them back when it comes to conventional dating, and that the organizers are downplaying the significance of initial physical attraction (which isn't going to go away because of a 20 minute blind conversation), and once someone does click with them with the blindfold on but gets taken aback once it's off, the less conventionally attractive person is going to get stung much harder than getting rejected at face value ever could.And I know plenty of folks would attend whom it doesn't apply to, but it just seems like some pretty hefty collateral damage.As entertainment critic Roger Ebert once said, "If you disagree with something I write, tell me so, argue with me, correct me--but don't tell me to shut up. 2 of the 3 couples decided to take a chance dating after seeing each other.That's not the American way." A new dating experiment. The other couple the female rejected the guy when she saw him.
But you know how into "energy" I am and all that new agey stuff, so this could really work for me!This sounds quite intriguing to me, something different! : D No but wasn't there a reality show some years ago with that as the theme- my husband and I watched it I think.It sounds like it's good for laughs and you'll have fun and meet some interesting people.And that's not saying personalities can't outshine less universally attractive looks.I just think that, in those cases, the attraction is more securely established when it's despite their looks (as cold as that sounds) rather than completely blind of them.