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45 year old female from Texas
I've been a member of an online dating service for about a year. In the beginning, as I was fresh chum thrown into shark-infested waters, I was flooded with emails. Talk about email management problems!

After a while, things settled down and many of the men fell off in their pursuit, for whatever reasons.

At first, I had a whole consideration process for the profiles, and it was very fair and gave everyone a chance and blah blah blah. Didn't work. Too time consuming and led me to dumping a whole bunch of time into online conversations with men online that were never going to work out offline. My consideration process now is this: Look at their primary photo. Assume it is their best photo, since they chose it to be primary. No photo? Reject profile. Now, looking at the photo, consider this. If you go out with this man more than once, at some point he will expect you to kiss him. Is this a man you would want to kiss? If the answer is no, reject profile. If the answer is yes or maybe, go to next consideration. Is he looking to date women from age 18 to 99? Playa. Reject profile. Much too young or much too old? Reject profile. Child status okay with you, whether childless, wants, doesn't want, has? No? Better reject profile. Check height and geography. Reject if necessary. If, at this point, the man and his profile are still under consideration, I look at what he writes. I bear in mind that writing is not everyone's forte. I just look to see if there are any big red flags, and if he has something interesting to say.

First meetings....I tend to meet men who (1) pass my filter process above, (2) have an intelligence level at least approximating my own, (3) a good sense of humor, and (4) nice manners. I set off for the first meeting with the intention of having some good conversation and an enjoyable evening, and I am rarely disappointed. Most of the time I don't want to see the man again in a dating situation, but many of the men I've met remain friends. Some of them I've gone on to date for a good length of time. There've been a few I wanted to see again but that did not want to see me again. In those cases, I'm a little disappointed, but I just recognize that I am not The Person for everyone, and respect their decision.

For me, online dating is supplemental to "offline" dating. Online, I meet some men I would never meet offline, and vice versa. I like that both give me access to different men, and it increases the odds I will meet the right man for me. Each experience I have, be it positive or negative, I use to develop myself as a person and to better prepare myself for the next date.

dating is difficult, no matter if you are getting dates online or in person. But what other (acceptable) choice do we have?


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Jewish dating : Ready to give in the towel?

40 year old female from New York
I am the same woman who wrote I was giving up online Jewish dating. I actually did, but some old free Website sent me a note one day that a man was interested in me and I thought "why not?"

At first he seemed pretty normal, but with alot of baggage (kids, ex wife, etc). Within several months, however, he turned into a complete nut job: possesive and with a serious personality disorder. We are talking this guy had potential abuser written all over him. And it makes me wonder:

Does online dating draw these freaks because they can hide who they really are longer?

The potential "match" has no outside reference such as seeing them interact in a social setting before being matched... It also may not be the best place for women who don't have a complete handle on their instincts about strangers or people. For example I have realized, in general, that I am not the best judge of character. And therefore, I'm not ideal for any sortof stranger meets stranger dating service.

I wish everyone luck. And most of all remember: being alone is always better than being with an abuser or a nut job.

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My experiences can really be called 3 experiences in one. I've tried numerous online dating services; it doesn't matter which name they go by. Lavalife, match.com, you name it, they're basically all the same. When I tried eHarmony, for instance, I only got ONE match... she was 20 miles from me, and I live in a city of 10 million people! I decided right then and there to cancel and get my money back without even waiting for the woman's reply, because I was so turned off by this.

Second experience... my eyes were opened when all the women I've asked about it, agreed that when they were girls, their parents told them "never pick the man, always let him pick you". Great advice if you live in some male-dominated Third World country, but it doesn't work so well in the USA, where nobody has time to go out at night, hitting on strangers. This is why so many more men than women join dating services... the services themselves have long realized this, and that's why they have degenerated into little more than pyramid schemes which stay in business because of "losers". These are men who have not lost at the game of life, they are just greenhorns who have fallen for the whole dating scam and they haven't opened their eyes to how it works. Because if they did, that would be the end of the dating industry.

Third, if I couldn't count on the dating services for a mate, what was I supposed to do? Going out to clubs and hitting on women every night, doesn't pay the bills. I took the drastic step of creating what I call a "mate search site", which is something like a resume except it's not work-related. I've always wanted to be a loving husband, who would treat his wife with respect and dignity... but that's the problem with dating services, most of the people who use them don't expect to be treated decently. Knowing this, I'd never join a dating service, even if 99% of their clients were women and the memberships were free. Incidentally, I haven't really been making a full effort to promote my mate search site, but nevertheless a few women have stumbled across it and sent me very nice e-mails, saying how well-written it is. I will not divulge
 

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