One in two singles prefer their dating partners to have prior sexual experience: Survey
Published on Feb 12, 2014 12:08 PM
One in two singles prefer their dating partners to have prior sexual experience and are in favor of living together before getting married.
These were some of the findings of an online survey involving 572 singles conducted by eSynchrony, an online matching service under the LunchActually group, one of the leading dating agencies here.
"These findings show that as much as our society is generally conservative, we are seeing a gradual shift in openness towards sex and marriage," said Ms Violet Lim, chief executive of Lunch Actually and eSynchrony.
The survey, which was conducted last month, posed questions to the singles to find out about their sexual attitudes, and views on family and children.
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