Promising to help its members to "love long and prosper," of the ten featured profiles on the home page, only two are female.
DANGEROUS LIAISONSAMONG the more controversial dating sites to have emerged in recent years are those specifically geared up to help people have extramarital affairs.
Nonetheless, technology is allowing Britain's singletons (15 million of them, around a third online daters) to date smarter.
GPS, social networking sites and smartphones have changed the way we date forever and, thanks to increasingly innovative approaches to online dating, there truly is something, and someone, out there for everyone.
An astonishing 236 people get married every day in the US after having met through the site.
Instead members put their trust in the site's extensive personality test to find them a partner.HAPPY couples sharing a swing, clinking champagne glasses at sunset, walking a golden retriever together. Once considered the pastime of desperate oddballs, the days when online romance carried something of a stigma are long gone.In an age where we live our lives on the internet, around two thirds of single people in the UK have tried online dating, 69 per cent of first dates are arranged using the internet and 15 per cent of married people met their spouses online.One in five married people in the UK aged between 19 and 25 met their spouse online, proving, if proof were needed, that online dating has very much entered the mainstream.And with companies jostling for their share of the market, every year new and increasingly innovative sites pop up.