Introducing 2date4love.com, a new site where singles can court, with no sex strings attached.
Mandy Moore is trashing her innocent, virginal image (do you remember the late 90s?) to play a raunchy swinger in the new comedy "Swinging With The Finkels," which, for now, is out in the U.K. but not stateside. She has a memorable scene involving a flying vibrator — you have to check out the trailer on The Frisky to see for yourself. But if you're the type to keep your image squeaky clean, unlike Miss I'm-Not-A-Teen-Pop-Star-Anymore, there are plenty of options out there.
Societal pressures say we should consummate our relationships by the third date. But what if you're uninterested in sex, want to wait until you are married (like the old Mandy), or are physically unable to do the deed? It can be hard to find (and keep) a date for those who want loving relationships without physical intimacy. But not anymore: 2date4love.com is the online dating site for you if you count yourself among the sexless. 4 Reasons To Embrace Celibacy (That Don't Involve God)
Site founder Laura Brashier was left unable to enjoy sex after her bout with stage IV cervical cancer, but that didn't stop her search for love. "Once you take sex out of it, people are still looking for companionship," Brashier recently told the Orange County Register. "It's about finding someone to share your sacred space with, to have someone in your life where it's you against the world." The Post-Divorce Dating Club: A New Site For Divorced Singles
The online dating website could open up a whole new world of dating for cancer survivors, veterans and those dealing with STIs—and there is no explanation required for why you are sexless. The first 1,000 singles to join get a free lifetime subscription (the site launched on Aug. 1).
Are you abstinent? Would you use 2date4love.com to find true love without the pressure of sex?
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