Drew Johnson has learned that when it comes to asking a woman out, texting beats calling every time. Show up if you want to,' " he says. Casual, easy and non-threatening — the simple beauty of text messaging is upending American dating culture. Not since the dawn of the automobile has a technology — the cellphone — so swiftly and radically changed the way people interact, meet and move forward or not in a relationship.
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This devout Christian has high expectations. His future wife must be beautiful, virtuous, love the Lord and appreciate his desire to remain a virgin until marriage. Will his rigid guidelines keep love out of reach, or will he bend the rules for the right girl?
Bravo's new series, Online Dating Rituals of the American Male , grants us a compelling glimpse into that shadowy and elusive underbelly of the American populace: online daters. Finally, someone is brave enough to answer all of our myriad questions about the strange and baffling practice Ha ha; just kidding, they won't. As Emily Shire points out at The Daily Beast, this is a totally uninteresting thing to make a show about.