When it came to men seeking ladies, the most requested profession was human rights lawyer (dudes love an altruist, I guess, but that’s kind of weirdly specific, no? A press release postulates that, “The survey suggests that women are now looking for a mate who is in a creative or caring field rather than a high-powered banker.Although earning power may be important when choosing a mate, job satisfaction, authority, plus concern with the human condition rate highly as turn-ons with both men and women when it comes to sex appeal amongst today’s successful professionals. More musings include the suggestion that “The human rights lawyer combines a desire to put wrongs to right with a strong ability to keep cool in a drama, an alluring combination with relationship appeal.” And, “Sensitive and artistic as well as pragmatic, architects and graphic designers are perceived as stylish and cool.” What do you think?Founded in a Bloomsbury bookshop in the early 80s, Drawing Down the Moon was the very first personal matchmaking and introduction agency in the UK.75% of our clients approach us because we’ve already successfully matched their friends and relations.This won’t come as a surprise to just about any woman out there, but I kind of have a thing for firemen. It’s based on the most frequently requested professions for the perfect partner at her agency.There’s a fire station near a local grocery store, and when I see those guys in there, looking all hot and adorable in their fireman outfits and picking out tomatoes, I get all flustered. So, what profession are the ladies looking for in a man?
Complete honesty moment – is there anyone out there who genuinely likes dating?And then when dating seemed hard enough – bam – in came social media and the internet. Experts were on hand to talk to uk about how your social media presence can impact on your dating success.With the horrors of Tinder and who we are being more exposed than ever with it. Are you making any of these Facebook fouls, or Tweet-tastrophes?"I'd never go to one on my own," Charlotte says, "but as long as I have a wingman, I'm fine." This is exactly the right approach, according to dating expert Mary Balfour.Drawing Down the Moon Personal Matchmaking My name’s Mary Balfour and with my team of matchmakers and head hunters I’ve been finding soul mates for high calibre people for the last 30 years.