But singles are living in lucky times these days thanks to the internet.With online dating many people are finding their life-long soulmates or are at least like minded people who are searching for the same type of relationship with just a few clicks.With their growing popularity, it is only natural that they evolve into catering to more niche communities.Depending on your sexual orientation, your religion and even your age you can find a site that works for you.Such specialized dating sites "make the idea of revealing yourself to your partner a lot easier than on a generic website." Be warned, though: The mutual enjoyment of, say, Star Trek, Nascar racing or Russian literature doesn't make that person your perfect mate."There is actually not much evidence that [people with common interests] are happier with their partners," says Harry Reis, a psychology professor at the University of Rochester in New York.Candice's site of choice specifically matches "generous sugar daddies" with "attractive sugar babies." It's just one example of online dating services geared to singles with specialized tastes. Star Trek fanatics looking to do the Vulcan mind-meld thing can search for true Trekkie love on Trek Creatures of the night can peruse Vampire Passions, Vampersonals or Date Vampires (tagline: "Fall into the Darkness").
"It's no different for a woman who's home taking care of the kids." Seeking Arrangement is not just another Match.com, Tinder or e Harmony, which serve up a one-size-fits-all approach to dating. Furry pairs up folks who like to dress up as anthropomorphic animals.
Since the dawn of courtship, we have struggled to make initial connections with love interests.