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Dr. Helen Fisher's Singles in America Presentation

For those who might have missed Dr. Fisher’s Singles in America livestream presentation on February 9th, 2013, here’s her fascinating take dating in a digital age, sexting & texting, friends with benefits, privacy in love & why marriage is not a dying concept. Check out the presentation below! Read more…

What Do Men Want? #SinglesinUSA Unveils The Answers

In our latest #SinglesinUSA study, we found that the TOP 3 THINGS men judge women might surprise you… check out our video below for the answers!

More on "Friends with Benefits" and One-Night Stands from SIA 3

Are “Friends with Benefits” (FWB) and one-night stands a new relationship norm? See how singles answered below!

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More on Myths About Marriage from SIA 3

Sex and romance don’t end at the alter. 41% of married couples had sex at least once a week in 2012. Married people also think about sex more frequently than singles; 76% of marrieds vs. 72% of singles think about sex at least once a week or more – including married women (65% vs. 56% of single women). Read more…

More on Sexting and Texting from SIA 3

Sexting- the new courtship method? See how singles are using sexy photos in their daily dating lives and how texting (versus calling) has it’s boundaries.

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Infographic: How Singles Use Technology in Dating

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More on Privacy in Love from SIA 3

Does our ubiquitous social presence online influence singles’ demands for transparency offline- in relationships- as well? See how they answered below!

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More on Dating in a Digital World from SIA 3

Facebook has become an integral part of the dating process– pre-date, while in a relationship, and sometimes even as a cause for a break up. Check out our data below on how social media plays a role in singles’ lives. Read more…

Additional Key Findings from SIA 3

Additional key findings from’s 2012 Singles in America study below.

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Singles in America 3: Teaser- Friends with Benefits


Have you ever had a FWB turn into a long-term relationship? Tell us in the comments below!