Many singles get burned out with going to bars or trying to meet someone in other public settings.
No matter what our age, background or relationship status, we’re all connected by one common theme – our quest to find love.
However, as communication has become more real-time, and our reliance on being constantly connected grows, the ways in which we date and go about pursing new relationships has inevitably changed.
It’s hard to see a MAGA hat-wearing Trump supporter going for a self-identified male pansexual feminist.
According to founder David Goss, the site has had more than 26,000 members since its launch, and membership has exploded since Trump’s election win in November.
However, what online dating does do brilliantly is open up a whole new arena for those looking to cast their nets a little wider and explore their options.
Everyone is looking for their very own version of love and going about finding it their own way; whether that be by locking eyes with a stranger in a local bar, e-flirting over e-mail at work, relying on friends to play cupid, or finding a mate at the click of a mouse.
I've heard there can be some real animals out there! Meet Spruce, the one-year-old Humboldt penguin who is jumping into the online dating pool.
The Weymouth Sea Life Adventure Park is helping him find love on dating site, Plenty of Fish, in a hilarious write up.
As the country has become increasingly polarized, it is harder for those involved in politics to find love.
Part of making America great in the eyes of a Trump supporter is getting rid of silly Tumblr-inspired genders.
Trying to comb through the details of potential partners, swiping left and right and crafting the perfect "About Me" section.