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Senior mature dating sites

The online dating scene is a bit of a jungle, with people claiming to be who they aren’t (younger, mainly) and potential matches getting stuck in endless email conversations before ever meeting.

To that end, the site asks users to create their ideal first date, whether that’s a trip to the museum followed by coffee nearby, dinner and a movie, or something quirky.

If there’s some place you’ve been dying to try out or a show you want to see, propose it – the person who responds might be of like mind. Why it made the list The site is simple to use and not terribly expensive.

A companion/dating site for older adults age 50 and over, Stitch launched earlier this year in San Francisco and is accepting signups from users in other areas of the country.

New York City and Los Angeles are up next and will launch when enough people have registered from these areas.

Who it’s good for People with lots of Facebook friends who are looking for quick meet-ups and casual dating.

The downside Ninety percent of the site’s users are under the age of 35, according to information we found.

The downside e Harmony only accepts heterosexuals and people who are single, divorced or widowed; check “separated” on the questionnaire, and you’ll find yourself ineligible.

With an unpaid membership you can’t see profile photos, though you can see some details about a person.

Plus, the site promotes itself as free, but without paying, you can’t view or send messages – and so really can’t date.

Once you’ve given your credit card info, the site auto-renews your membership.

Count the increasing numbers of older women who want to date but are not interested in remarrying (the Pew points to a gender gap there), and you get a picture of seniors swarming the dating sites.