The impersonal nature of internet dating is not an atmosphere where you can reasonably expect a serious commitment, and it can bring out the flakiest tendencies in otherwise trustworthy people.
I've often asked myself, "Does it really have to be so hard to find love? I've compiled a simple list of questions and answers so that you can spark up your love life and get fabulous dates faster and easier than ever before. ) Question #1: Where are all of the single lesbians? Long Answer: The women that you want to meet are smart, successful and social.And we even have a free trial so you can try it out and see what you think before you go any further. My own journey is a long story - ask me about it sometime, if you see me online - but I realized early on how difficult it was for lesbians to meet each other.It was frustrating, feeling like I just couldn't find anyone I liked... Support groups and lesbian communities were not well-publicized, and hard to find unless you knew who to talk to.They lead full lives with long days at the office and longer nights working on professional development, school, family or volunteer commitments. The eligible, single lady of your dreams might enjoy going out from time to time, but she may also prefer to spend her weeknights at home, in her pajamas, watching Netflix (or maybe that's just me! My point is that you can find a lot of great people online -- either on traditional dating sites like and Ok Cupid.com, or perhaps on community networks like On weekends, they might want to go out with their friends for a couple of drinks, but you'd be unlikely to find a fabulous, single lady at a bar alone on a Friday night -- she'd be more likely to go there with another date. Question #2: How can I find love without wasting hours of my time on dating websites? I know how hard it can be when you really like someone: you can't stop thinking about them, you're ecstatic when you're with them and when you're apart, any message from them can either lift you up to the heights of ecstasy or plunge you into the pits of despair. Unfortunately for us, when we decide we prefer riding the queer train and hop off at station “Girl-On-Girl,” there is no tour guide to greet us and lead the way (which is particularly sad, seeing as lesbians make for excellent tour guides).