This has been I the back of may mind ever since I joined GAG. Do we have to say we just (speaking of the majority USA people) do't live in a very flirty culture? A cold and marketing one without much spontaneous flirtation?
RATE this fascinating question for crying out loud!
For answering, probably a lot of people on here aren't very good at flirting in real life so they don't even visit that category because they don't think they are qualified to help. That would be my guess anyways.
As far as asking, I feel like most behavior questions could go in the flirting section and vice versa. And I don't think it's that unused. I mean obviously sexuality is going to be the most popular and there are infinite things you can talk about in other but the remaining sections get about the same attention imo. I think health, breakup, and style probably get a little less.
Most people don't know how to flirt, it is an art as cutestkathy had said, it's almost instinctual, and doesn't always have to be sexually related. My default mode of communication with women is flirting, whether you're a three year old girl to a 70 year old women, I just communicate in a playful, flirtatious manner when it comes to females.
I'd say it's because flirting is so subjective. It's hard to answer questions about flirting. And when people do have questions about it, it's either related to wanting to date someone or wanting to sleep with someone, either of which could go in Dating or Sexuality.