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) I myself have been a part of this Tinder experiment for about six months.

Dog cocking his head sideways, eyebrows up; grown man holding two kittens up to ears to keep them warm; prospective future boyfriend rolling around on the grass with his puppy; man of your dreams slow-dancing with a husky.

“These findings may indicate that individuals believe that sexting, once a stable level of relationship commitment is established, is part of a modern, supportive romantic relationship,” they write, since it’s a way of being attuned to what your partner might want — which is so much, as other research indicates, part of being good at sex or relationships.

But of course, more research will need to be done — would be nice to see what people over 25 are like sext-ually.

ALT: (This is an actual Health Freak bio I came across) "Please have REAL photos of yourself. I'll cook you dinner if you'll let me talk about my start-up app that puts shelter animals in loving homes.

I will challenge you and when need be, call you on your sh*t. (Then again, you'll always have this Tumblr, Tinder Guys With Tigers.) Other Vegas Baby pics: Posing in clubs with women many levels out of their league; grabbing the bottle of vodka from a random table to snap a quick pic and hoping no one notices; fedoras, facial hair, bad suits, pick-up artist vibes. Google just bought it from me but it's still my baby." In the words of Dark Helmet in Spaceballs… You're just gonna have to settle for one of the above.

I've crunched the numbers (numbers = smoked almonds), and come up with this informative Tinder guide for you ladies wading into the digital dating poo.

But after using the app for so long, I've also noticed certain patterns in the way men present themselves via their Tinder profiles.

, sexting indicates conflicting things about the way you date: It could be that you’re super at ease and want to throw a little tease your partner’s way — or it could be that you’re using sexuality to win affection. “Sexting early in relationships (or before a real relationship has formed) may be a sign of relational anxiety or someone who is not interested in a long-term relationship,” lead author and California State University, Monterey Bay, researcher Rob Weisskirch told Psy Blog, noting that — as Tinder users are quick to discover — getting a sext from someone you’re attracted to but don’t yet know well could signal a forthcoming hookup.

As things mature, sexting could serve a greater good: “Sexting may now just be a form of digital foreplay,” he added.

They also filled out quizzes regarding how great of a sense of relationship commitment they needed to send a sext; how afraid they felt of being single; their anxiety about being judged by who they’re dating; and a quiz asking how anxious (e.g., agreeing with the statement “My desire to be very close sometimes scares people away”) and avoidant (e.g., “I try to avoid getting too close to my partner”) they were about attaching to people.

The researchers found that sexting was predicted by two different emotional patterns: A higher likelihood of sexting came with a low level of attachment avoidance — meaning that you don’t fear getting too close, which itself is an indicator of a strong, secure relationship.

Less happily, scoring high on “fear of negative evaluation,” or worrying that your partner doesn’t like you also predicted sexting.

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