Men More Comfortable than Women When it Comes to Abandoning Traditional Gender Roles in Dating According to a New Survey From

Share Article

Dating sites for millionaires found out that men are more comfortable than women when it comes to abandoning traditional gender roles.

News Image

To mark the passing of Sadie Hawkins day this year,, the largest and longest lasting dating site for wealthy men and women looking for a serious relationship, asked its members what they thought about the traditions of men making the first move when it comes to dating and how’d they feel about the roles being reversed.

Single male members who responded to the survey were nearly unanimously OK with the reversal of roles. 97% of MillionaireMatch’s male members said that they would be very comfortable with being asked out by a successful woman. Only 3% said that they would even be a little uncomfortable with it.

Meanwhile, women had a markedly different response to the survey. When asked how comfortable they would be, asking out a successful man, only 39% said that they would be very comfortable. 47% stated that they would be at least a little uncomfortable, and 14% were adamant that it is the man’s job to make the first move. has been designed to provide a fun, safe atmosphere for successful singles looking to find a long-term relationship, regardless of who makes the first move.

For more information on and the study, please visit the new MillionaireMatch Luxury Style Blog.

For the last 13 years, MillionaireMatch has led the way as a pioneer in dating for wealthy, successful singles looking for a serious, long-term relationship. With more than 2.3 million active members, is the dating hub for CEOs, professional athletes, celebrities, and entrepreneurs. To help guarantee that our members are communicating with other singles who have reached a similar level of success, was the first site to institute a wealth verification system that assures people on the site that those they are meeting have their own money and aren't just trying to get a slice of theirs.

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Mark Brooks