If he emails or texts (or makes the extra effort to make a phone call!), respond, but move along and suggest meeting again.This should be a real date with a fixed time and place.When you contact someone, refer to a remark he/she made in their profile. But limit your emails to no more than two or three before suggesting a face-to-face meeting. If you're underwhelmed with this person, you will have a good escape route.If someone shows an interest in your profile, remember that you are not obligated to respond unless you want to. Anyone who wants to prolong emailing is not interested in a relationship. Avoid this person -- he could be married, in another relationship or just a creep.5. If you are having a great time and don't want to leave, stick to your previous plan.If what you want is a long-term relationship, approach it with your goals in mind.
In some ways, online dating and social media have leveled the playing field: Women can take charge of their dating and sex lives in ways they haven't before.
We can initiate dates or group hangouts just as easily as men do.