If you are in the United States (or even Canada), e Harmony is the first site I would sign up for. is a good site, but with e Harmony, because of the exhaustive questionnaire you have to fill out when you sign up, you will spend less time weeding through low quality profiles.I can’t tell you how many messages I sent as a member of this site without getting a single response.Nevertheless, it has a massive membership base and I have friends who give it much praise (maybe they have the magic touch), so it is worth adding to your dating site list as a last resort.Okcupid.com: I used several times in the past and have never had success with it.It is 100% free to use and 100% low quality in my view.Return to Table of Contents BBPeople Meet.com: In case you didn’t know what “BB” stands for, it stands for “Big and Beautiful.” BBW stands for “Big and Beautiful Women.” If you are plus-sized or regular-sized and are looking to date someone plus-sized, this site will cater to you.
Lavalife.com: Lavalife is a decent site that is popular in the U. On Lavalife, you will have the option to search for people interested in casual dating, relationships or intimate encounters. Because it is free, you will find that you will need to send out tons of messages even to just get one response.
Match.com: Your best success if you are looking for gay and lesbian dating options will be to sign up for and then filter your search accordingly.
Gay Cupid.com: Gay is Cupid Media’s gay dating site.
Black People Meet.com: This site has a lot of users both in the U. For the best results, you can sign up for both sites.
I’m always for casting the net as wide as possible. Afrointroductions.com: If I had limited money, I would stick to the first two black-oriented sites above due to the sheer number of members those sites have.