She has big, brown eyes; thick, dark hair that flows below her shoulders; cheekbones that could cut glass; and a curvaceous figure that has no trouble attracting guys.
Despite that, Candice joined dating site Seeking Arrangement.com, where she and 4.5 million other "beautiful, successful people fuel mutually beneficial relationships," according to its website. Then consider its tagline: "12 girls for each guy...spoil them and they spoil you back." Over the past three years, Candice, 26, has dated a real-estate developer, a venture capitalist and an attorney.
For her part, Jaime hopes her next boyfriend doesn't want her to participate in player-versus-player games. He was shy and felt out of place on mainstream dating sites because, he believes, he doesn't look like a movie star. "I don't have huge muscles." So he decided to launch a service for guys who -- like him -- have money and are willing to be generous with it. Candice says she enjoys being with the older, self-reliant men she typically meets there.
Silvia, a 30-year-old translator of Russian and Romanian living in Miami, says she joined rival Sugar after ending a relationship over finances. "I'm so used to the role reversal, I don't think I would know where to start." That's great for now, but if Candice ever changes her mind, there's Cougar Life.com, the "dating site for younger hot men to meet sexy older professional women!
"I'd rather be single than stressed out by that," she says.
The site acts as a filter, removing financially unstable men from the dating pool.
I’ve been trying to get back into dating, and recently, encouraged by my friends at Vetstreet, I took a chance with some online sites, specifically those geared toward pet lovers like myself.
A mate who fails to love your pet can be the death of a relationship. (Unlike that boyfriend who is convinced that your cat is evil and hates him.) So how do you find that perfect pooch-loving partner? Believe it or not, there are dating sites specifically for people who love their dogs — and their cats and horses too.They've covered her annual ,000 tuition at Villanova University's school of law, taken her on trips and given her up to ,000 for a monthly allowance. She's just a woman whose rich boyfriends pay her expenses."The concept of a man taking care of a woman dates back to ancient times," says Candice, who asked us not to use her last name.If you’re a woman looking for a good man, however, your options may be pretty limited, even among other pet owners.Finally, finding someone who loves pets — and is everything else you’re hoping for in a partner — is more complicated than just browsing a doggy dating website.