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Chemistry.com Names the Top 10 Cities to Find a Sensitive Man

Pompano Beach, FL, Roanoke, VA, and West Hollywood, CA Top the List

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DALLAS, Jan. 12, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Chemistry.com, one of the country's most popular online dating sites, has released data on the nation's Top 10 Cities to Find a Sensitive Man. To help single women find a man with some tender loving care, Chemistry.com has tapped its unparalleled data on the personality types of American singles to locate the cities with the highest concentrations of compassionate, sensitive single men.

Chemistry.com's data has revealed that the most sensitive men in America can be found in cities that are also popular vacation destinations, with Pompano Beach, FL, Roanoke, VA, and West Hollywood, CA claiming the top three spots. Whereas Ann Arbor, Michigan, which is known as a big college sports town, has ranked the least likely city to find a sensitive man.

"Men do have a sensitive side. They want to please. But different men do it differently; and these 10 cities are packed with a certain kind of man, what I call BUILDERS – men who express a constellation of personality traits linked with the serotonin system in the brain," says Dr. Helen Fisher, Chief Scientific Advisor to Chemistry.com. "Sensitive men, known as BUILDERS, are traditional. They deeply value loyalty, duty, respectability and proper moral conduct. They want to do the "right" thing. So BUILDERS go way out of their way to keep their social relationships running smoothly. So they watch, listen, and gauge what they need to do to help others and they do it naturally. It's these chivalrous qualities that make a sensitive man."

The top ten list can be found on Chemistry.com's redesigned signature blog, featuring original content by internationally renowned biological anthropologist, Dr. Helen Fisher. The new blog will also incorporate monthly guest blogger contributions from top relationship editorial websites such as YourTango and Cupid's Pulse, and industry influencers such as leading dating and relationship coach for women over 40, Bobbi Palmer.

Here are the Top 10 Cities to Find a Sensitive Man based on research from Chemistry.com, which can be found on Chemistry.com's official blog located at blog.chemistry.com:

  1. Pompano Beach, Florida
  2. Roanoke, Virginia
  3. West Hollywood, California
  4. Nashville, Tennessee
  5. Buffalo, New York 
  6. Sarasota, Florida
  7. Greenville, South Carolina
  8. Wilmington, North Carolina
  9. Indianapolis, Indiana
  10. Staten Island, New York

About Chemistry.com

Launched by Match.com in February 2006, online dating site Chemistry.com was created to bring together singles that are looking for ways to discover if true chemistry exists before meeting on the first date. Based on the research of renowned biological anthropologist Dr. Helen Fisher, Chemistry.com uses a proprietary test to get to know each individual and their ideal match. This approach makes Chemistry.com the ideal place for singles to empower their love life and find the relationship that is right for each individual, whether it's marriage, romance, a partnership or a long-term commitment. Chemistry.com is an operating business of IAC (NASDAQ: IACI).

 

 

 

 

 

SOURCE Chemistry.com



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