Apart from hook-up sites like Tinder, why are so many young men hiring escorts in Wakefield?

From swiping across photos of potential dates on Tinder to locking eyes with a passer-by and viewing their profile on Happn, to filling out compatibility quizzes about your personality, personal preferences, and core values on eHarmony, dating sites have taken finding love to new levels in a number of different ways - so much so that there are now over 1,400 dating sites in the UK alone. So, how common is it to trawl through millions upon millions of users and still find 'The One'? And is this method of finding true love the new norm of modern society?

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With the ability to refine the type of person you are looking for, the ability to view the person’s profile and their pictures, and, most importantly, the ability to establish common ground before an initial meeting to evade awkward encounters, dating sites have gained traction since their founding in 1994. What has helped to cement online dating’s position in the modern world, and what makes it so appealing, is that there is a site for pretty much anyone, whatever you are looking for: whether it be Silver Singles for people over the age of 50, EliteSingles for those with an educational background, HER which is dedicated to helping lesbian and bisexual women or Muzmatch for single Muslims. Some of these sites have become more synonymous with long-term relationships, such as EliteSingles, whilst others, such as Tinder, have a more casual tag attached to them (despite Business Insider finding that 80% of Tinder users are looking for meaningful relationships). Nonetheless, the availability of such a large number of personal and group-specific sites offer a quick refinement of potential dates thereby streamlining the entire dating process whilst offering a larger pool of potential dates than perhaps your friend’s friends or family friends can offer.

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The ability to access these sites via smartphones, tablets, and laptops as well means that you can find love on the move with just over half of online daters using smartphones as a method of accessing their dating service. Tinder, for example, feels almost like an interactive dating game swiping right for those you’re interested in and left for those you are not. Countless times have I seen a group of males or females swiping left and right in a pub, each discussing their personal opinions of the male or female on-screen. But, the problem with this is that images and a short profile do not tell the entire story of a person and this is the problem with online dating. Your future long-term partner may not actually have the same interests as you and, sometimes, it is the differences that can spark a relationship; differences that are often cast aside in the search for love online.

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So, online dating is widespread and easily accessible for a lot of users, however, the easy part is signing up for a dating site(s) and suitable matches being found by the site or by you. But, from thereon, it’s all about you and how you interact online prior to the date and on the date itself to try and find that special partner. So what are the odds? According to eHarmony, the odds are looking increasingly likely. Around half of 18-34-year-olds are currently using dating apps and sites and it is projected that there will be a 30% increase in the next decade of dating site users aged 55-64 so that by 2031 it will be more likely that you will meet a partner online than offline and that 38% of these meetings will result in us finding ‘The One’. So, if you’re an online dater, the statistics are looking good both now and for the future. Rosenfeld of Stanford University found that, in 2017, around 39% of heterosexual couples met their partner through online dating services which is a huge jump compared to the 22% found in 2009 and I can only imagine that this figure is expected to rise as more people engage with online dating sites which amass larger and larger pools of people to choose from. Whilst my personal experience of dating (and that of my friends) has shown that meeting long-term partners through friends or work is more likely, Rosenfeld, in an interview with the Washington Post, has found that people who met through online dating have actually progressed to marriage faster than those who met offline, therefore, highlighting the long-term successes of online dating and showing a general trend that online dating is becoming the new norm for a lot of people.

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Whilst the romantic clichés of touching hands as you collect coffee or bumping into someone in a rush and picking up their personal belongings may be fewer and far between, there is no denying that online dating sites can streamline the love-finding process and do a good job of it too. The pool of online daters is ever-expanding making it yet more likely that you will meet a partner online and, should the date fail, trial and error will surely prevail in the pursuit of a long-term partner. And, what’s more, current lockdown restrictions across the UK - and across the globe - makes meeting new people in person and social interactions in general yet more difficult (and will continue to do so for years to come). Because of this, dating sites will probably become even more prevalent as they begin to introduce video calling options on their apps and sites meaning that it may become even easier to find love from the comfort of your own home.

Where is the best place to take an escort in Wakefield out for a first date?

Wakefield. A town synonymous with an infamously liquidated football team, grey weather, and above-average unemployment-a bastion of mediocrity. What self-respecting 18-30-year-old in the country would dream of visiting this small town for a weekend of entertainment? Right? Wrong! Wakefield has a ton of entertainment for young adults. The locals won’t tell you about it, perhaps as a result of some misplaced humility, or (more likely!) to guard the secret. But I will and here are my top 5 picks! Believe me, there’s something for everyone and you won’t be disappointed.

  1. The Met
  2. World-famous Wakefield Market 
  3. Silver Street Strip 
  4. Burrs Country Park 
  5. East Lancashire Railway 

Local entertainment for 18-35 year-olds in Wakefield:

The Met is a recently refurbished beautiful and intimate live music, comedy, and theatre venue. In the last 5 years alone, it has won Cultural Venue of the Year, Music Festival of the Year, Small Music Venue of the Year, and Entertainment Venue of the Year, hosting an array of creative talent over the years, including Steve Coogan, Lee Evans, Peter Kay, Jason Manford, Joy Division, The Pixies, and even Elbow. So if you have your finger on the artistic pulse, take a trip to The Met to witness the very best of current and emerging talent in the country. The very idea of including a food market in an 18-30 article 20 years ago would have been editorial suicide, but not anymore. Whilst Millennials and Generation Z still love good booze up, there’s also an appreciation of high-end culinary produce that seemingly escaped previous generations at the same age. Wakefield Market truly boasts the freshest and most varied meats, fish, vegetables, and herbs from around the globe, attracting thousands of visitors every week. Open on Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays, it’s a must for any budding Jamie and Nigella’s out there!

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As dusk falls on this industrial town on a Saturday night, the majority of young locals will descend upon the immensely popular Silver Street, known colloquially as, ‘The Silver Strip’. Silver Street is smack bang in the middle of town and offers everything from luxury fine dining at The Clarence Restaurant, to Drag Bars and 70s only cheese, all within a 200 metre stretch. It can be a night of sophistication, or a night of debauchery-or perhaps a bit of both!

For those that live for the outdoors and the feel of fresh air coursing through their veins, Burrs Country Park is a must. A stone’s throw from the town centre, Burrs brags almost 90 acres of stunning countryside, wildlife, and waterways. For those seeking a more relaxed afternoon, it’s the perfect place for a spot of walking, fishing, and bird watching. For the adrenaline junkies, the rocky terrain offers excellent mountain biking routes and the River Irwell’s rapids will challenge the most fervent of kayakers. There are also a number of Dogging sites in Wakefield, throughout the park for any mountain climbers out there. To top it off, this place has two excellent country pubs, The Garsdale and The Brown Cow, serving traditional lunches and local real ales. There is also a little café, called Lamppost Café, which offers some slightly more adventurous food for the more courageous pallet. Ever wanted to meet a local housewife for no strings sex, with no fees? Check-out the adult contacts in Wakefield.

When you place your first step aboard this original, historic and frankly magical 1800s steam train, you are immediately whisked back in time to a simpler, happier, certainly more cultured era. Whether you decide to rough it with the gang on The Rail Ale Trail, immerse yourself in Harry Potter on the Wizarding Adventure, or engage in classical elegance on a Murder Mystery evening, this classical 12-mile journey through the beautiful suburbs of Wakefield offers a range of diverse themes to suit everyone.