Career Professionals Prefer to Remain Anonymous On Dating Sites

London, UK (RPRN) 05.05.09 –An increasing number of career professionals are using adult dating sites to organise casual sex, although the large majority are preferring to remain anonymous throughout the process, according to My-Fbuddy, a new upbeat and light hearted adult dating site.

With huge workloads and minimal free time, more and more professionals are becoming members of adult dating sites so that they can arrange new sexual encounters to fit around their hectic schedules. Doctors, Lawyers and Accountants are all signing up, but with their professions very much in the public eye, the large majority are opting to remain anonymous until their very first meet.

When it comes to meeting people, many individuals in high pressure jobs don’t have the time, or are simply too tired to go out to bars and clubs. Adult dating sites provide an easily accessible platform where like minded individuals can meet, chat, exchange numbers and ultimately, meet up. With thousands of adult personals available to search through, finding someone isn’t a difficult task.

Andy Hammonds, Founder of My-Fbuddy, commented: “There are many sacrifices people have to make if they’re going to carve a professional career and, for some, its long term relationships. However, adult dating sites, such as My-Fbuddy, allow people to find an appropriate sex buddy, or sex buddies, so sex doesn’t have to be a further sacrifice. All this can be done whilst remaining completely anonymous to the outside world, which we’ve found a lot of professionals like to do.”

My-Fbuddy is free to join, enabling you to browse the site and view thousands of Fbuddy profiles. You can pay a subscription fee, from as little as £7.50 per month which will allow you to create and view video profiles, send personal messages, and offer sexy virtual themed gifts. As a Member you can also use your mobile to upload photos to your profile as well as receive text messages notifying you that other Fbuddies have sent you a message.

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