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June 27, 2009

Singles and the internet

We all know that in this modern world it's difficult to find someone who shares your interests, someone to share your life with. Society is so fractured that it's incredibly difficult to actually meet someone.

Of course, where there is a need, a supply rises up, leading to the hundreds (if not thousands) of dating and singles sites on the web. However, there we have a problem in itself, for which of the matchmaking websites should you try to use? There's no point in spending time on a site that doesn't cater to your interests, after all.

Fortunately, once again, demand creates supply, and there's a site out there which reviews the different singles sites for you, so that you can check that you are indeed going to find whatever it is that you're looking for on them. For example, the eHarmony review makes quite clear that the site is for those looking for a long term relationship, possibly leading to marriage. The Friendfinder description concentrates rather more on how the system works, making it easy for others to find you based upon your description. The review of Lavalife however, details that it caters to both intimate and casual encounters: so if that's what you're looking for rather than the leading to marriage option of some of the others perhaps that's where you should go.

But then that's the point of the site, to let you know what the various services are like before you try them.

June 27, 2009 in Sex | Permalink


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