In addition, it wouldn’t let me set my preference to men, so despite being straight, I kept getting notifications about women I might be interested in as well.
Uniform Dating.com, though free, was too complicated to use.
Not everyone wants their “how we met” story to be a “we both swiped right” story.
Even though dating apps are super convenient, they're, unfortunately, putting a stop to the meet-cute.
We would have conversations about hobbies, school, the weather, and weekend plans, but no one wanted to exchange phone numbers, or set up a place to meet.
Typically, if I asked for either a number or a real date, I was met with radio silence and never heard from the guy again.
minus the guys that were just looking for nude photos, of course.
After a month of mostly trivial conversations about the weather, what it’s like to live in New York, and if I would consider getting a Kik account, I can now say 100% that military dating sites suck.
I attempted to reach out to the sites as well to see if they could offer insight into success stories or the number of users, but their representatives said they couldn’t disclose any data about their users. Since I find the notion of paying for online dates a little too similar to paying for sex, I gave up on the site.After a week on this site with seemingly no coherent mail, I quit it too.As a result, most of my interactions came from Military Those men who did reach out were often willing to share some fairly intimate personal details.In talking to them, I learned that a majority of the guys using the sites are in their late 30s, have a few kids, and are looking for a wife to settle down with.