Different types of online dating sites
But what if you’re interested in someone who loves cats, is a Star Trekker or uses a Mac? Click ahead to see 12 unique dating sites that may help you or someone you know find that special someone — in time for Valentine's Day, or any other day.Since diving into the online dating world over five years ago, I’ve had my share of great experiences.I’m a “glass half-full” kind of guy, so in my previous posts for Coffee Meets Bagel, I’ve tried to focus on the good that has come from my online experience.When asked why I still believe in it by friends, I have a wide selection of examples to draw from – and I’ve shared them with you all too.I’m just Naive (and a scrawny white boy) Back before CMB, Tinder, Insert-Techy-Name-Here — online dating wasn’t mainstream.As a result, people who turned to their desktops – (yes, this was back in the ice age of big hardware) – were genuinely interested in finding a relationship, however long or short term that might be.She seems normal during the first few conversations you share with her. She will continuously text and call you—at all hours of the day and night—to ask you if you’re mad at her and why you are ignoring her.
The Cougar: Online dating creates the perfect opportunity for older women to stalk their younger prey and of course not be judged.There’s now an easy way to narrow the playing field, thanks to hundreds of niche dating websites that cater to almost any specialty imaginable.There are sites for practically every religion and ethnicity, and even sites for redheads and men with mustaches.Below is a compilation of the various types of women that they have met while searching for love online.
The Illusionist: This is the girl who uses different camera angles and Instagram filters to completely change what she looks like online.
Admittedly, I don’t have a whole ton of personal experience in online dating.