A while back, I did a bit on the air about an Atheist dating site called Unfaithful. It’s a site for those who work in the realm of death.
My tag line was “have faith you’ll find someone who doesn’t have any.” I was just poking fun (ha) at the niche dating websites. I have to admit, I laughed out loud at a few of these. “Trek Passions” and “Witch Dating” also made the cut.
First launched back in 2004 – Guardian Soulmates is an online dating site run by the Guardian newspaper.
The site has a loyal following or members, mainly acquired through extensive advertising on the Guardians own website.
But this loyalty was put to the test in early 2011, after a major site re-design left many members very unhappy.
But this was two years ago now, and it appears that they are putting their troubles behind them, as the site continues to grow and attracts members from all over the country. But you’ll find the largest number of members in the 25 to 55 age group.
If these traits are appealing to you, then read on.
For more free tips from Joshua Pompey, including how to write successful emails online, click here now. The I-get-increasingly-less-romantic-with-each-date guy. Many men break out all the stops early on in the dating process, but by the fifth of sixth date, the laziness starts to creep in. Often times when this line is pulled, its code for "I'm looking for a marriage and kids, just not with you." Steer clear. But men who are constantly suggesting that they want to just stay in and watch a movie early on in the dating game are likely the lazy type, or only out for sex. Stop hiding behind outdated notions of “the guy has to initiate everything.” You have agency, exercise it already. Reading your letter makes me thinks all this social media is an excuse to appear involved when in reality, you’re hiding.GLASS-CORVETTE I have heard of a courtesy flush, I have not heard of a courtesy swipe.