Is Physical Attraction Important?
I briefly covered this topic in a previous article, Can You Date Someone You Don't Find Attractive? Now is the perfect time to go more in-depth about this somewhat taboo topic. Why is it a little controversial? Society may think you are a "shallow person" if you decide on a person to date solely based on their looks. Notice, I said solely.
It's normal and natural to want to date someone you find physically attractive. Here at Iris Dating, we encourage it. Iris Dating’s goal is to motivate its users to start with attraction, and there's a reason why we consider it necessary in the world of dating.
Romantic Interest Starts with Physical Attraction
We've all been there. You're out and about at school, work, or maybe even out with your friends. You notice a person out of the corner of your eye, and you think, "Wow, that person is attractive. I would love to get to know them."
Iris Dating gives you that scenario in a digital space with multiple people. Therefore, you have more chances to find the right person.
The fact that you find them physically appealing is what gets your attention. The physical pull is what makes you want to get to know them on a personal level. The next move is to introduce yourself and start a conversation.
Let's be honest. You probably were less likely to want to get to know them without that initial attraction.
Iris Dating understands this logic. It's just human nature. Additionally, Iris Dating saves you time by filtering out the people you wouldn't be interested in getting to know.
Physical Attraction can Build into Something More
Once that physical attraction is established on both sides, connections could potentially start to form. You are now getting to know each other and are discovering that you have much in common. You both like the same movies and music. Things are progressing well. Once, you were strangers, and now you are friends with a desire for something more.
Then, BAM! Before you know it, you’re making it official.
There you have it, a success story that started with physical attraction.
What if No Connections are Made?
Unfortunately, this is all a part of life. There are times when people are attracted to each other, but they don't have any common ground. That's okay. At least you can say that you've made a new friend. You must keep searching for that next physical pull and see if there is a spark.
That’s the thing about physical attraction. It is meant to be a starting point. A relationship can grow if there is chemistry and appeal. Physical attractions with no chemistry will more than likely fizzle out.
The answer is yes. Here at Iris Dating, physical attraction is essential. It gets the ball rolling! With Iris Dating’s advanced AI method of finding your potential prospects, you'll have a much easier time finding that physical pull. The AI is trained to find matches that fall under "your type." Try Iris Dating and see how "starting with attraction" can help you find a more successful match.