There is a lot to be said about Internet dating. I believe it’s another trend towards isolation and not putting work into something. In the past one would have to get their ass out to meet people. Now-a-days not so much. I do attend events but I alluded to in one of my other posts concerning the Lesbian Conference, I basically know everyone, or have seen them around, or used to know them way back when. And the singles go out in the hopes of meeting “the one” or at least someone. It’s a lonely world out there. Funny about the Lesbian Conference that’s coming up in LA. I had coffee recently (tea really) with one of the speakers. It was an OK Cupid hookup. Can’t say who she is, just that it was another interesting experience.
But how does one find the perfect mate? Especially when one is no longer in their prime. Pickens’ are slim to nil. But I’m sure there are alternatives. This may not apply to the LGBT community, but it is worth mentioning:
In The Z Factor the umons have a whole different take on this sort of thing. They have to. There is a lot for them to deal with.