Unfortunately these sites are full of people who have created a false profile for themselves.
Many of these fake people can be very dangerous because they can be rapists, sex offenders, criminals, etc.
The internet has progressed and continues to progress as time passes.
The internet is a place where people can meet and communicate with each other.
"All I wanted to convey was that I didn’t sit around all day doing nothing," says Shaw Stewart. To them it was code for 'highly promiscuous'." The same goes for the word 'fun'.
"In normal life it has no sexual connotation," says property developer Jason Thomas, 38, who believes the paying sites get more responses than the free ones.
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If you look at one house every week or so, this process can take a long time.When e-commerce director Alec Shaw Stewart, 54, joined a dating site for the first time many years ago, he made a classic newbie mistake.Keen to convey he was a bright-eyed male with real get-up-and-go, he used the word "active" in the title of his dating profile. A storm of electronic abuse from the good-looking women he’d been hoping to attract. It turned out that women didn’t like 'active' at all.It’s as if a geek in Silicon Valley invented a language, only forgot to tell anybody, let alone publish a dictionary.There you are, profile finally written, ready to step into a world of gorgeous singletons, and nobody warns you about the linguistic pitfalls.
"But if a girl says she's 'up for fun' in a dating profile I immediately assume she’s talking about bed." Appearance is another minefield.