As the dinosaurs of the large commercial dating sites are reaching extinction due to the flexibility, customization and no-cost model of social networking and niche options, the point of no return is soon to be reached, where repeat profiles completely saturate the romance domain of the netsphere. This predicament begs the question, where do prospective daters go from here? Surely, real life interaction and the natural progression of the courting process is not an option?
Well, much to the collective sigh of relief of those trying to circumnavigate the painful kick to the groin awkwardness of a first date or blind set-up, there is an online resource available that requires a little bit of ingenuity combined with a shot or two of liquid courage.
Singles Atlas (singlesatlas.com) is a completely demographic and map based interactive website where the best chance to meet a member of the opposite sex can be determined, using the sites tools of finding the best women to men ratio on a national, regional, state, city, town or even a neighborhood basis. Searches for the most favorable ratios can be specified by age, race, height and body mass index (not joking), marital status and education are calculated through data retrieved from census bureaus globally. While the technology is still a work in progress, the assumptions in finding a majority of women in a selected area yield a much higher percentage of accuracy than the current models of climate change and the results can be tested and evaluated immediately with either enjoying a nightcap or sulking home to an empty bed.
Not surprisingly, the data on Singles Atlas shows that the New York city area has the best ratio for a man on the prowl for single women of all races and all ages. The worst areas to chance one’s luck are along the West coast, with Seattle and San Francisco creating the prospect of a virtual sausage fest.
While the search for love or lust is an important aspect of life, the numbers from the site also illustrate a disturbing trend that is developing throughout Westernized culture or Europe, and the US. China is not relevant in this group as the unofficial decades policy of terminating female infants has led to an impending population crises. With the forceful implementation of equal rights policies and the degradation of the traditional concept of family in the Europe and the West, white women are simply not having children or more aptly less frequency of women are having less children. Couple this fact with the flow of legal immigration from the mid-20th century and the demographics paint a clear picture. Thus, the chances of finding a young single white woman is rare and competition is fierce, especially in areas where females have opted for highly successful careers over creating families.
For example, in Bellevue, Washington an affluent suburb of Seattle, according to Singles Atlas, the ratio of single white women 25-34 years of age is 30 for every 100 men of the same demographic. However, in the vortex of New York City and mid-Manhattan, the ratio improves greatly, through is still one-sided, as there are 56 women for every 100 men. The maps also show the total amount of women based on search settings.
Armed with the tools and plethora of data illustrated in a user-friendly interface on Singles Atlas, the chances of finding a partner who passes the eternal checklist can greatly improve if one is willing to do the research and actively put in the time and effort in real life to actively pursue a relationship. With the eve of Valentines Day fast approaching, “Get them and love them!”