Planet earth dating site
One in five newly committed couples met through a dating site, says [PDF] (and I’m sure they’re not biased).
And Google ads recently volunteered to help me “meet yoga singles.” (Google, do I like I do yoga?
Filling out my profile is fast, and it asks about my hard drug use and tattoos. “Are you a flamboyantly tattooed athletic Ph D or an introspective vegan social drinker with three kids? The bad: It takes five days for my account to get approved, and there are only two guys between 25 and 35 in Washington state.
I broaden the search to 23 to 38, and a “23 year old male firemonkey” is several hours away, but I can’t contact him because he’s a paid member.
Although this site boasts lots of members, I don’t feel optimistic since (yet again) I’d have to pay to message people.
The gist: The ugliest site by far, but it’s got the most personality, and it’s “100% free.” The good: Green Passions takes “quirky” to a new level.
I’m barely flexible enough to sit in a chair.) What’s a green single with wifi to do? Sacrificing my dignity for your carnal pleasure, I joined five green dating sites under the name “sustainabanger” and exploited their free features in search of Seattle-area love.
The bad: So many unsightly Google ads, I’d rather find love in a phone book.
While I still have a puny shard of hope that I’ll hear from the Planet Earth guy, and Act for Love wasn’t totally a bust, overall I’m underwhelmed.
A bigger site like Ok Cupid is probably a better bet — more people, simple to use, easy on the eyes — and totally free. Tell us in the comments: Would you try a green or vegetarian dating site?
founded by progressive activists, for progressive activists,” so while not explicitly green, users are likely to care about sustainability.
It’s free to browse, reply to messages, and send a hug, kiss, or wink, and you can send two messages for free after signing up.