I am not a curiosity to be experienced, nor someone to be pitied.
While I have never used them (ahem), these sites have saved people a whole lot of time. Back in the old days, people used
The promise of the perfect match or soulmate sells more subscriptions than the uncomfortable truth: the bonding of similarly
Match.com looked at what LGBTQ people want in love, life and marriage.
As Generation-X-ers and some of us younger Baby Boomers now share the real estate commonly called "midlife," the traditional
Ren's story originally appeared here. But the short version is that he put up $10,000 to find a girlfriend. I think with
Unfortunately, with online dating, people tend to judge a book by its cover. Once you accept this harsh reality, you have to do your best to show the most attractive/honest visual representation of yourself.
No doubt there's big money in online dating, which has seen dramatic growth over the past decade as more people seek a date by going online instead of heading to a bar or a nightclub, and Match boasts some of the best-known sites in the business.
I met Ross my freshman year in college. Eleven years my senior, he was my philosophy adjunct professor at Temple University in Philadelphia. He was cute, Jewish, and intensely attentive. Just my type.