There are hundreds of categories based on characteristics such as financial status, race, cultural background, body weight, sexual orientation, etc.
Some categories are based on interests such as sports, music, vegetarianism, and veganism.
The growth in the number of users has been fuelled by: Australia, just like the rest of the world, has been experiencing a steady increase in the number of internet users over the last two decades.
There are now 86% Australian households, representing 7.7 million, with access to the internet up from 65% in 2008.
All you have to do is answer a couple of simple questions and you’re ready to go.
Why get bogged down with inconvenient registration pages when you don’t have to?
From 1976 to 2011, the number of religious young adults has reduced by over half.
About 26% of all young adults in 2011 claimed to have no religion, a rise from 12% in 1976.
This increased flexibility has made Australians more likely to tolerate such unconventional approaches as online dating.
There are even categories for people who love the same movies, and those that suffer from the same sexually transmitted diseases.
Social dating in Australia is a departure from the usual online dating setting where people communicate for weeks or even months before actually meeting.
Results Are Matching Up With Traditional Dating A 2012 study by the University of Stanford revealed that the strength and quality of relationships initiated online were at par with results from conventional dating.
Although the internet has made it easier for people to secure casual encounters, people who are after committed relationships are managing to find them online.