Sunday, February 14, 2016

Author Thomas Kelleher @ThomKell Discusses The Positive And Negative Sides Of Looking For Love Online


"Free Love: True Stories Of Love
And Lust On The Internet"
Thomas Kelleher

**Highly Rated at 4.5 Stars!!**
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" once fascinating, funny, insanely compelling, and at times, even sad-Gillian Telling, Maxim Magazine

Nearly 40 million singles in America share a personal little secret. They're using the Internet to look for true love and/or lust online, but aren’t necessarily admitting it.

The truth is that online dating has grown immensely popular over the past decade, due, in part, to continuing advances of the Internet and the proliferation of dating sites. Yet, for many people online dating carries the same stigma that used to be associated with printed personal ads in newspapers: that you must be some kind of desperate loser to have to resort to placing a classified ad in order to get a date.

But despite their shortcomings and somewhat risky nature, personal ads actually worked. It wasn’t long before these classified ads migrated online, and soon gave rise to more structured "socially acceptable" commercial dating sites. Many of these have become profitable by charging fees for identifying candidates who match personal profiles and preferences, and offering the promise of fewer frightening surprises and disastrous first dates and an express lane to Mr. or Ms. Right.

But shouldn’t love be free? A lot of people seem to think so. Many continue to shun the paid sites and opt instead for the “Wild West” approach to online dating – free personals.

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