A 2015 study from the University of Maryland's Robert H.
Among their conclusions: While the findings were difficult to explain, the researchers suggested that higher-income people, who face a greater social penalty for casual sex, may have greater sexual disinhibition as result of the "freedom" the internet provides.
When I'm stoned, horny, and don't want to go to a bar, sure... Craigslist "works" if you're horny, a little high, and willing to take a chance. I also love younger woman, but will fuck what i can get. That wasn't even in the casual encounters, that's somebody who's allegedly looking for a LTR!
I tried once when I moved to a new city and didn't know anyone. I'd say 90% of the ads were super hot chicks who wanted to fuck me as soon as I joined their website and entered my credit card information (yeah right), 5% were real chicks who were fucking uuuuuuuglyyyyy, and 5% were gay dudes who "accidentally" posted their ads in the women's section and, once I emailed them, offered to blow me, promising me it would feel just like a girl was doing it and I wouldn't even know the difference. When someone tells me they had hot sex on CL with a decent-looking disease-free person, I'm way more likely to look that person in the eye and call them a liar :\ I was lucky that three of the guys I fucked were nice looking and disease-free. But I always used condoms, so I'm not too worried that I caught anything.
When I'm stoned, horny, and don't want to go to a bar, sure... you've no doubt heard of situations like this involving the anonymity of the Internet for furthering creepy, even sadistic purposes. I tried on one occasion a few years ago and every single ad I emailed ended up either inviting me to a third-party website asking for a credit card number or they ended up filling my inbox with spam.
Sooo thanks to this thread I've been 2 glasses of wine to the wind (wild and crazy I know) and browsing CL Personals. (Except on bathsalts, which, no.) Anyway I wrote a few response emails but saved them as drafts for tomorrow. I hope that you do meet your partners in public, OP...