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With all this going on, of course things can be awkward."It can seem hard, maybe even impossible to avoid, but it's not.
Arriving at the venue - which I noted was surprisingly plush - I realised that I was somewhere between mid-evening merry and outright drunk. I changed my strategy for the night to include my new character of witty, cheeky mockney rather than sophisticated city gentleman.
I soon realised that this was the least of my difficulties. Not that they were all movie star, model types, but they had clearly all made a real effort for the evening, not least my friends, who I swore were more than a little smug to find me looking dishevelled, scruffy and generally worse for wear.
Successful matches are entered into a prize draw and then given another lock and key to continue searching.
The great thing about this is that it gives you an excuse to approach any member of the opposite sex - in fact, the more people you approach the better your chances of success!
Wellcome Collection’s nationwide Sexology Season, which aims to explore how we perceive sex, what we know about sex and how research into these areas affects our sexual behaviour.
The Museum of Science and Industry event, part of the Let's Talk About Sex series, is free to attend as the speed dating has now sold out.
Wooing you first will be love doctors Dr Nikhil Masters from the University of Manchester and Dr Jeroen Nieboer of LSE with some ‘speed dating with a scientific twist’. Pole dancing, feminism and physics will intertwine during the Spinny Science lecture presented by Dr Matt Mears from Sheffield University and Dr Katayune Presland of the Royal Society of Chemistry.Guests are greeted on arrival by our hosts and are registered from the guest list on the door.You will be given a badge with your name and number on it and some Flirtcards that you can use during the night (don't worry, if you run out you can always get more).Another activity to get you in the mood will be Sex Food – a discussion on which foods, if any, makes us horny – where attendees will get to sample some supposed aphrodisiacs, from figs to chocolate, to discover what turns them on. While the Science of Sex will focus on the biology behind the desire to get into someone’s genes and, of course, what happens after.Host Simon Watt will be asking, ‘Why do we fancy each other? And, perhaps most important of all, does love really exist? We’ve all fancied the weather lady and now she’s here to talk sex!