I’m certainly not claiming that all religious women are hypocrites.
However, I am saying that when it comes to women, evolutionary biology still rules: human nature wins. In spite of grand pronouncements and sincere beliefs, women (like men) still have sexual needs and follow basic behavioral patterns. Her Christian, Muslim, Jewish, or whatever beliefs act as armor against guys she doesn’t like.
When someone meets at a religious singles event, there is not the same pressure as there is at another singles event that does not have a religious undertone.
Another way to take part in religious dating is through religious groups.
The guys who hear “I don’t date” and give up, fail.
They want to know that you’re willing to go to enough lengths to date them.
However, despite these verbal declarations, what they , their views changed.
Girls who swore up and down they would never “date” ended up doing just that.
If she says, “I don’t date” in this situation, I suggest using a line like, “I understand where you’re coming from.
If you are a part of a religious group, you could find someone to date within that group.
This is another way many people end up finding the person they spend the rest of their lives with.
By meeting in a religious setting, you are much more likely to meet someone that meets your religious needs.
That way, you will not feel conflicted when you date the other person.