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RSVP, Australia’s largest and oldest online dating site, has just released its latest TV advertising campaign, highlighting how each week thousands of Australians start their next dating chapter with the site.  The three-part campaign, airing on tele...

The NSW Government has teamed with the Police Force, the Australian Hotels Association and the City of Sydney to launch the internationally recognised “Ask for Angela” safety campaign within the Sydney CBD.

Under the program, which originated two year...

Women under 40 seeking a partner online are more particular than men, especially when it comes to education, according to a QUT study into the online dating behaviour of more than 41,000 Australians.

“Do men and women know what they want? Sex differen...

More than two decades ago, the internet was just starting to hit its stride and was becoming a common feature in homes, offices, and schools. Back then, I was obsessed with email and meeting other teens from around the world who shared my love of rea...

New research reveals a worrying trend of older men not using condoms or having up to date knowledge about sexually transmissible infections (STIs), with a leading reproductive and sexual health provider calling for urgent funding for a safe sex campa...

Online dating has many, many benefits; however, a pair of European economists now believe that the rise in online dating is also leading to more diverse societies.

According to research conducted by economists Josué Ortega from the University of Esse...

Once again RSVP members have helped RSVP Kiss Goodbye to MS, with users this weekend sending 53,000 kisses.

For your effort, RSVP will be donating $10,000 to MS Research Australia. Last year users sent 51K kisses.

“RSVP is thrilled to again support MS...

It appears daters don’t know what they want when hunting for a match online, a new study from Queensland University of Technology (QUT) and RSVP has found. 

The University in conjunction with the online dating site found that when it comes to contacti...

Valentine’s Day is still loved by many, despite some feeling as though it’s a way that their partner is testing them and their relationship.

A survey of more than 1000 RSVP members found that while 39% love the day when asked if they thought the day o...

While most people now type sweet nothings, rather than physically writing them, reverting to past traditions could be the sure-fire way to get your lover’s attention.

A study conducted by RSVP and Pilot Pen Australia found that writing down your feeli...

Online daters are most likely to contact people with the same level of education as them, but are less fussy about an intellectual match as they get older, according to QUT research.

This finding was revealed in a study titled: ‘Things change with age...

This festive season, if it’s an after-dinner invitation you’re looking for, splitting the bill may be the key to success.  

According to the seventh annual Date of the Nation (DON) study, conducted in conjunction with Australia’s largest online dating...

It seems that 30-somethings are getting coal for Christmas, with this age group being more likely to tell lies to get out of bad dates and to ghost fellow daters.

According to the seventh annual Date of the Nation study, conducted in conjunction with...

The young grubs of today don’t care if their selfies reveal a dirty house in the background of their profile picture, or if they’re wearing creased clothes.  They probably don’t even own irons!* (*Not actually part of the survey).  

They’ve prob...

Turns out shooting for Gold isn’t the only thing Olympic athletes will be setting their high-achieving sights upon this week in Rio.  

Fox News has reported that the Rio de Janeiro Olympic Village will be awash with 450,000 condoms for athletes,...

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