Yoga green dating sites
Featured users seem younger and hotter than on other sites. The bizarre: I am “hotlisted” by a creepy exhibitionist Texan.
And it gets points for being R-rated; one optional profile question is “Favorite on-screen sex scene? The verdict: I send 14 winks, two kisses, and one of my two free messages, and get a tentatively promising reply.
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.
The main problem with most of these green dating sites is pure lack of users.
(Remember how lame Facebook was when you’d just joined and only had five friends? welcome back.) Add some hideousness into the mix and I’m not super-compelled to return.
The bizarre: A letter from the founder says, “[T]he incredible community of people that formed around [my creative arts collective] was the soil in which the Eco Dater seed was sown.” (Too bad there isn’t very much, ah, Eco Dater seed.) Verdict: The graphic design got my hopes up, only to smash them down with no users.
After that, initiating contact via messages will cost you a month.
The good: It boasts over 335,000 members, 27,000 in Washington state. And the paywall is truly obnoxious — you can only see tiny thumbnail pics of users unless you upgrade.
At 36, he’s the youngest of the bunch (others range up to 60).
He’s nerdy-cute, so I send him a canned message without much hope. The gist: It’s “the largest matchmaking site for Democratic singles …