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"It might seem like a great idea at the time, having sex before you know if you are really keen on someone can cloud your judgement," RSVP psychologist John Aiken said.It's tricky to find 'the one', but one lady met her future husband in Gladstone ROSE Mc Clure had been in Gladstone for about five months, before she met the man who next year will become her husband."Online dating communities are a good way for people in somewhat isolated areas to expand their social circles, where there might otherwise be a tendency to see the same people every day," Flingfinder founder Adam Hannah said."There is also a national trend toward dating online, as it has become an accepted way for people to meet rather than the fringe activity it was considered only 10 years ago." Average age of Gladstone men on the site is 33.5, and women, 30.8.One Gold Coast brothel has been trying enticements, like free sausage sizzles, to bring in customers.Rebecca said similar initiatives were being tried on the Sunshine Coast."We have promotions like Tradie Tuesday night," she said, adding that the offer of a room discount and free sausage sizzle and soft drink was not having a substantial impact.

The report also revealed that 48% of Australians will have sex on or before the third date - but a psychologist has warned that approach can be hazardous.

While the business currently remains open, Rebecca said she was unsure what the future held for Queensland brothels.

"[At] this point, I know that brothels in Queensland are forming their own little ring to get together and try to work hard on regulations that need to be changed," she said."It's a constant battle [so] if we can make people aware of it, we have a chance."She said she believed there were only 12 licensed brothels left in Queensland because they are closing "willy nilly all over the place"."I know Mackay closed in the last few years and Scarlet Harem closed here," Rebecca said.*Rebecca asked for her real name not to be published.

"A lot of people would just rather have that fling than get into a relationship.

"Especially if people are only up here for so long, not planning on long term living here." Ms Mc Clure, who met her partner at The Reef, said Gladstone lacked venues to meet people.

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