Today, dating can be much more complex and sometimes involves dozens of bachelorettes (or bachelors) vying for your love and affection.Making time to find Mr or Ms Right might not fit in with trying to juggle travelling, making time for friends and family or building a career. According to Match.com's Singles in America survey, which surveyed more than 5,500 U. singles in 2015, 70 percent of all singles said it's a turnoff if a potential romantic partner regularly smokes marijuana.RELATED: TRENDING LIFE & STYLE NEWS THIS HOURData from Ok Cupid paints a slightly different picture.However, the reality of dating is that it isn't often as simple as it seems on TV.
The House gave final passage to the measure with a 67-31 vote Sunday, sending it to Gov. The bill is partly a response to domestic violence incidents involving a state senator who resigned this year rather than face likely removal.
Louisiana's domestic abuse battery and assault laws now apply only to couples who are married, living together or have children together.
That list leaves out many people who are in a relationship and could be vulnerable to abuse. It's vital for "dating partners" to be protected from battery, as other abuse victims are.
Ok Cupid spokeswoman Jane Reynolds wrote in an email that 2016 data showed that at least 50 percent of Ok Cupid users in every state except West Virginia (which clocked in at 47 percent) answered in the affirmative when asked, "Could you date someone who does drugs?
"Stef Safran, a Chicago-based matchmaker, says she has seen attitudes about marijuana change dramatically as states have legalized the drug for recreational or medicinal purposes.