I attempted to reach out to the sites as well to see if they could offer insight into success stories or the number of users, but their representatives said they couldn’t disclose any data about their users. Since I find the notion of paying for online dates a little too similar to paying for sex, I gave up on the site.
In addition, it wouldn’t let me set my preference to men, so despite being straight, I kept getting notifications about women I might be interested in as well.
But I deleted them after about a week, because I could never bring myself to actually go on dates with anyone who swiped right.
But if that wasn’t enough, there are also military dating sites. C., I tried a few popular dating apps like Tinder, Ok Cupid, and Bumble.
Regardless of age though, none of them ever responded to my attempts to meet in person.
We would have conversations about hobbies, school, the weather, and weekend plans, but no one wanted to exchange phone numbers, or set up a place to meet.
The interface was so confusing that I couldn’t figure out if the messages were to me, or ones I had sent.
After a week on this site with seemingly no coherent mail, I quit it too.
So naturally, I took to Google to see if there was an online service for military dating.
While I found no mobile apps, there were three promising websites: After a few weeks of messaging locals and attempting to solicit dates in the Greater New York City area, I didn’t have much luck.
Each asexual men or asexual women are welcomed to join us for platonic dating regardless of race, religion, romantic orientation or gender.
So I’m a total novice when it comes to dating online, really dating at all.
After a month of mostly trivial conversations about the weather, what it’s like to live in New York, and if I would consider getting a Kik account, I can now say 100% that military dating sites suck.