Top 10 Best Sites
Looking for a dating site you can trust? Search no more.
|C. Price • 10/09/14|
No matter what you’re into, there’s someone out there for everybody. That’s why these cool dating sites were selected. They offer a concentrated way to be like-minded people together – no matter the niche.
Their content is on point and their communities are thriving. Plus everyone seems to get the inside jokes!
Bragging Rights: city folks just don’t get it
Farmers Only and its accompanying blog isn’t just great for farmers. It also offers ranchers, outdoor types and animal lovers a friendly forum to meet and even share gardening tips. Jerry Miller launched his site in 2005 just to help a widowed friend. Now it boosts many success stories and a slice of farming humor.
Social Clout: 17,758+ likes, 844+ followers
Bragging Rights: find your first mate
Dating can be a stormy sea, but with clear guidance and an inviting community, your search to find love can be a lot less choppy. Sea Captain Date founder Bill Kay welcomes all to browse the forum and prepare to cast off. A sense of spirited adventure drives the personality here.
Social Clout: 467+ followers
Bragging Rights: sci-fi dating and social networking
Set your phasers on thrill at Trek Passions, where lovers of the legendary series can really mind meld! Science fiction itself is embraced, as well as comics and novels, through individual (and searchable) groups. Members can connect to other Tolkien fans, “The X-Files” hotties or die-hard Issac Asimov enthusiasts.
Bragging Rights: online dating minus ugly people
At Darwin Dating, natural selection’s cream of the crop gather to flirt with their own. Tightly regulated to only allow stunning members, they have banned nerdy glasses and pocket protectors. Browse member profiles of those who made the cut and connect with someone you can really pass on those genes with.
Bragging Rights: the best place on the Net to meet geeks
Geeks are a growing force and they seem to thrive with one another. Geek love is a powerful thing and Geek 2 Geek embraces that flock and connects its members. No matter the individual brand of geek, techies and eggheads of all stripes can easily link up to someone who gets it.
Bragging Rights: where redheads meet
This comprehensive site on redheads isn’t limited to dating. It also offers news, blogs and forums. At its heart, this social network is a place to make new friends, find romance and “share everything that it means to be a redhead.” Bonus: Festival schedules, podcasts and private messaging are always on available.
Social Clout: 6,966+ likes, 217+ followers
Bragging Rights: for tall singles and tall admirers
Finding a tall date isn’t always as easy as looking up, but Tall Friends offers a link to some sizable singles. Dating advice and tips cover the many awkward issues that can accompany being tall, members can connect at the forum or watch videos of special experiences like tall fashion shows.
Social Clout: 40+ likes
Bragging Rights: the Ivy League of dating
At Right Stuff Dating, a community of mostly graduates and faculty members from the top elite meet and interact. Much attention is given to culture, from ballet and opera, to lovers of museum tours. It’s a friendly and actually down-to-earth site for a very select few.
Bragging Rights: fans of The Fountainhead & Atlas Shrugged
Ayn Rand’s popularity has only grown in recent years, and now lovers of “Atlas Shrugged” and “The Fountainhead” can make a connection with a forum, blog, newsfeed and magazine. Discussions are deep and usually accompanied with sharp, dry humor. Even the design evokes Rand’s muted and direct style.
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