Freelance writer Bensen noted in her article: ‘As Mark Twain so aptly put it: “There ain’t no surer way to find out whether you like people or hate them than to travel with them.”’ Bensen told Life&Style that this was her first foray into online dating.
‘My friends recommended that I add some interest to my life by giving online dating a shot,’ she says.
Online dating is a bad idea for teens — especially young teens.
That’s why it wasn’t particularly responsible of Seventeen Magazine to publish a blog in which “dating blogger” Isabelle Furth floated the idea of using sites like to find dates. And middle school students are remarkably impressionable.
Moore claims electronic communications are having an undeniable effect on the way people find love and says there should be a place to share dating stories.
‘With the casual nature of sites like Match.com, and Plentyof Fish.com, people are willing to talk about their experiences,’ she says.
So with this new wave of convenience comes online dating.
Many women as well as men are facing the decision of taking this new approach in searching for companionship.
The anonymity of internet dating has afforded con artists a new playground for scams, and has allowed people to be anyone they think you want them to be because they are engaging you primarily through the written word.
This site is not meant to bring forth the message that its impossible to find love through internet dating, but to inform people of the dangers that are out there.
The Good: Well as already stated it is extremely convenient.