Tuesday, October 12, 2010


They got me.  Ooops. This is the response I got upon completing my registration for Evow.com.  Guess they are on to me. 

It says "Sorry ... We asked you in 3 different ways if you are looking for a long-term relationship.  Sometimes you said you were, other times you said you were not.  To ensure that eVow remains dedicated to users seeking long-term relationships ONLY, we cannot provide you with an account."



  1. I found it crushing to be rejected by dating sites. I should have taken it as a mark of pride that I didn't fit into whatever narrow homogeneous crowd they were trying to hook up, but instead it felt like a jab that I'm too abnormal to deserve love. Like kicking someone while they are down.

  2. At least you're being honest in their questionnaire. I already signed up for that site and got approved but only because I'm done with short, miniature relationships. Some people are still lying to the website and to themselves just to get a cheap fuck. Now there are websites dedicated to that.


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I am the product-child of the Women's Lib movement. I have a grade A education, a promising career and no immediate goal for children or a spouse. I will be 30 this year and I have spent many years in monogamous relationships. In and out of 1 to 2 year relationships, I always dated with the goal of meeting someone special. Most of the time I didn't date. Most of the time I found myself falling into relationship after relationship. These relationships were doomed to fail. They were all built on expectations that were, for me, unattainable. I love meeting new people. I find sex enjoyable and empowering and I am not happy when I am monogamous. So, after my last break-up, after taking some time to grieve, I decided to cut my societal puppet strings and get back in the game. I set out on a mission to spend the Summer of 2010 dating as many men as possible. My only initial criteria was attraction. My only limitation was - no love and no structured relationships. This is my date by date tale of what life can be like outside of the goals of relationships and love.