General Dating Sites typifies a general dating site. asks a series of questions about you, your interests, lifestyle and background and values.
At the end of the questions, encourages you to post a picture of yourself to generate greater interest in your profile.
The following articles deal with the messy reality of love, sex, dating, and marriage. Sex, lies, and hook-up culture Don't believe all your friends tell you about sleeping around. Take advantage of what the church offers engaged couples, even if your path to the altar doesn't follow the ideal. You might want to listen to the church's time-tested teachings. Check out our marriage section for more articles on maintaining a happy, loving relationship.
There's something for everybody here, whether you are... College kids tell Donna Freitas that they don't actually like hook-up culture. Heather Grennan Gary reports on what young couples make of marriage-for better or worse. They have helped some couples survive the rough patches. FORUM: As Catholics, we know that there’s a lot more to love than romance.
Don't wait for marriage Start searching for your spouse early, advises John Van Epp, but many readers have their own dating advice in this Sounding Board survey. Christina Capecchi reports on how the Internet is changing the way we find love. Tell us about your plans for Valentine’s Day, describe what love means to you as a Catholic, or simply share your favorite quote about love.(Its already high number of users was increased in 2010 when it absorbed Yahoo!Personals.) If you worry about being able to sort through these numbers yourself, you can use the sister site, So as last night rolled around I had dozens of excellent questions and possible topics to discuss.In a nearly-packed room in the basement of the Newman Center (and with Daily Iowan reporters there taking notes and snapping my picture) we had 90 minutes of questions, answers and discussion.