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Uniform Dating: Find the Mate the Suits You Best

Finding the right person to date can be challenging. Everyone has a different strategy on how to go about their pursuit of love. For some this means going to parties and reveling with friends. For others it’s about getting involved in various activities and meeting those with similar interests. (Hey, what a concept!) And then there are those who are drawn to persons dressed up in uniform.

I couldn’t know exactly why some people love those whose profession supplies and maintains a dress code. It could be related to one’s desire to be around someone in authority. Perhaps it creates a sense of trust and security. Or maybe it’s the desire to be around someone who’s dressed up in a nice predictable manner. Whatever the reason, a person in uniform is a big turn on to a lot of people.

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Providing an online venue for those looking for love in the ‘uniformed’ sector, is Uniform Dating. It’s the one stop online destination for those in uniform to meet those that seek them. Whether you’re one who dons a uniform, or one who likes those that do, Uniform Dating is the place to be.

It functions much like other dating sites, with the focus revolving around the role of the well suited mate. Each will enter their details and then can pursue the uniformed singles that fit them best. Some of the more popular options are of course firemen, policemen, nurses, and especially soldiers. I’m sure it’s a shock to no one that all of these are in high demand on the dating market. Certainly not all uniforms elicit cupid’s arrow. We’ll take the time to point out, as far as nurses go, the fantasy is far different than the reality. The Halloween version includes short skirts, open midriffs, cute hats, garters, and heels. The drab pale blue pant suit gowns nurses actually wear, however, are decidedly unstimulating. They’re known only for inspiring the words, “Hey honey, don’t you want to change into something more comfortable?” I can attest to the feeling of not wanting to get too close to the quasi bio-hazmat suit that likely has all sorts of infectious ooze on it. I think most of us will happily stick with the Halloween version of things and leave the professional nursing attire for the workplace.

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I have to concede, I’ve received some of the worst advice on dating ever from a friend who wears a uniform. He’s offered such gems as “maybe it was just pheromones” or “let the woman choose you.” I guess pheromones exist and are something that we might want to be aware of. The idealist in me hopes that we are slightly more sophisticated than that so as to consider such things as character, values, and personality. And letting the woman choose you leads to not getting the girl you want. But the pursuit of mates must go on. And flight attendants, pilots, and airmen and women of all walks of life are just as interested in dating as the rest of us. Many of them are absolutely wonderful people to know.

To sign up simply go to UniformDating.com and walk through the basic personal info questions. These include the gender and age you’re looking for and your own birth date and gender. From there add your location and an email address to manage the account. Once signed in you can begin your Uniform Dating experience. Those who care for country and public safety await and all others can join in.

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LoveAgain: Match-Making for the Young at Heart

When ruminating on the timeless topic of love, I always turn to the great thinkers: John Lennon and Paula Abdul.  Let’s start with the former.

There’s a tremendously poignant passage in “John Lennon: The Life,” by Philip Norman, in which John is talking to a heartbroken friend.  The friend is super-bummed because his girlfriend left him.  To which John calmly says, “Well that’s the thing about love, yeah?  You can always try again.”

And John was right.  Thanks to the Internet, more and more older people can experience the rush and thrill of love yet again, all without having to try and pick up people at noisy, crowded bars (not that there’s anything wrong with that, of course.  But most of us already did that in our 20s.)  Furthermore, as we get older, we look for different things in a partner.  Some of us may seek companionship.  Others, fiery and unbridled romance.  Others may seek both.

Regardless of what you’re looking for, you can likely find it on LoveAgain (its UK counterpart is MatureDatingUK.)  It’s a new dating site specifically geared towards older individuals and it can help you make John’s astute advice a reality.

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Of course, the best way to get an idea of a dating site is to sign on and experience it yourself.  Which is precisely what I did.

Upon activating my account, I was taken directly to my profile page.  I created my screen name, and filled out a message form along with a subject.  What you write here gets automatically sent to your 10 best matches, which is cool.  It’s cool because it bypasses one of the most frustrating things about dating sites: endlessly scrolling page after page of candidates.

There’s nothing inherently wrong with that, except that there’s no vetting mechanism; you can be scrolling away and get tired by page 17.  Just one problem: a really awesome match is on page 19.  So LoveAgain skips that step entirely: you have a chance to define yourself in a few words and based on some nifty keyword searching, your 10 best matches will get the message.  (That said, if you find yourself longing to browse the entire network, you can do that as well.)

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And guess what?  You get an email as well.  Within seconds of submitting my information, I received an e-mail with 10 matches, all of whom were within an hour radius.  From my e-mail I could see their photos, send them an e-mail, or chat with them.  So that’s a great starting point.

Moving forward, you can build out your profile by uploading photos or integrating photos from Facebook.  You can also get very specific in terms of your preferences in a mate, noting hair color, height, children, education, etc.  Which bring us to what is perhaps the coolest part of LoveAgain.  As much as we love Paula Abdul, generally speaking, opposites don’t attract.  (Again, generally speaking.)

LoveAgain is tailor-made for people who’ve been down love’s highway in the past and know what they’re looking for.  Its ability to unearth commonalities and similarities that can help you, well, find love again.  What have you got to lose?

(And it’s nothing personal, Paula.  We’re big fans, really.  Especially when you danced with the animated cat.)