Teens ages 15 to 17 are around twice as likely as those ages 13 to 14 to have ever had some type of romantic relationship experience (44% vs. These older teens also are significantly more likely to say they are currently in an active relationship, serious or otherwise (18% vs. Older teens also are more likely to be sexually active, as 36% of 15- to 17-year-olds with romantic relationship experience have had sex, compared with 12% of 13- to 14-year-olds with relationship experience.Besides age, there are relatively few demographic differences when it comes to teens’ experiences with dating and romantic relationships.As dating pools go, they don’t get much bigger than that.A Facebook spokeswoman told Market Watch the new feature will allow users to set up a dating profile separate from their normal Facebook account, and activity on dating profiles won’t be shared on the News Feed.I've had a really positive experience on this site.
Shares of Match Group which owns Tinder and Ok Cupid, were down 9.6% Tuesday following Facebook’s announcement.Also see: What NOT to do on a dating website But who will actually use the feature?Meredith Golden, a dating coach based in New York City, said she believes the new feature will be used largely by divorcees and users over 40 who may be less likely to use other online services.The future is looking really good and it was the greatest spur of the moment decision to join. Ok Cupid is free to join, free to search, and free to message.