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Brain Dating Gains Ground

The bar, the club and the dimly lit restaurant are staples of the dating world, but increasingly, the museum, library and lecture circuit have made up some ground in the competition for valuable dating time. As a recent article points out, at least in New York City, the trend has turned at least somewhat in favor of more brain-oriented pursuits for many young daters turned off by the bar scene and turned on by an in-depth discussion about world events and social change.

The focus on the brain as a way of forging a true love connection may not be a new concept, but utilizing it so often in the early portion of a relationship so often dominated by movies, dinners and bars, is a relatively new entrant to the dating scene. After hearing a debate at the library or a lecture downtown, the odds of engaging in the kind of meaningful conversation some married couples would kill for go up dramatically.

Of course, online dating is never far behind when a major dating trend occurs, new online personals web sites will spring up to serve that niche. For instance, dating services like The Right Stuff caters to the growing "brainy dater" crowd with a website designed to attract Ivy League graduates and other intellectuals. One might even argue that the entirety of online dating is more predisposed for these types of thinking singles as while there will always be daters hell bent on finding someone with a cute profile picture and a quick encounter, just as many if not more are looking for someone with something interesting to say in their profiles.

When that online meeting does turn into a first date, there will likely be a growing a number of opportunities available to explore the brainy side of courtship. Book stores, coffee shops and cultural institutions like libraries and art museums have all been quick to catch on to the fad. At the very least, you can at least watch a debate on your first date instead of becoming part of a heated one yourself.

Posted by eDatingCentral.com May 7, 2007 11:49 am


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