46, male, Redhill, Surrey I find myself single ,so thought id join the fast paced frenetic activity called internet dating . films, graham Norton , a work colleague , the stuff i write . ...54, male, London, Middlesex Have small dogs, so they keep me occupied. I dont really like talking about myself so feel free to ask ...51, male, Hull, Yorkshiremusic cooking reading. London grammar, birdy , dave pearce dance music , jazz ,classic fm and ...53, male, Romford, Essex Single man with no string attached. We live in an incredibly exciting time, where we have the freedom to choose what suits us best.’Coupled with this freedom is the brute fact that being faithful to one person is hard.In many aspects of life the tap of a phone brings us what we want, when we want it, wrapped in a bow. And the obsessive, euphoric early stages of a relationship hold more magnetism than the later, comfortable ones.‘The central dilemma of relationships is the fact we have two separate needs,’ Croydon, 36, continues.
Charly Lester Charly is CEO of the UK Dating Awards, and was used as an expert advisor to Lord Sugar in this year's Apprentice Final.Jamie Lawson Dr Jamie F Lawson is an academic sexologist with a background in anthropology and psychology.He's worked on various aspects of sex and sexuality, but has particular interests in gender and sexual orientation identities, kinky sex and anything with the word "queer" in front of it.‘On the one hand we crave passion and excitement, and on the other we have this desire for lasting attachment, for a soulmate.But the intimacy we yearn for is the very thing that kills the romance.’Tamara (not her real name), a 26-year-old who works in publishing and lives in Bloomsbury, tells me she’d always been interested in the idea of multiple relationships.