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That said, this is just an observation, not a judgment on people.” Akin made a similar observation on the subscribers: “People over 30 seem to be more active on our site, and there is a growing trend of individualism.
First Sight Date is a speed dating organization based in Istanbul organized by Yasemen Aydın, a self-described "entrepreneur, technology geek and dog lover," who lived in the States for a good decade.She told , “I found my boyfriend online, and we have been together for seven years now and — knock on wood — we’re very happy.But even our families do not know that we met online.Whether this is the place to say it or not, but if you take a close look at these pictures — it also gives you a good sense of this new conservatism trend in the country.It’s like a fashion thing that women cover their heads, but when you see the way in which they pose for their pictures — that really does not fit with any conservative religious practice.“We established our site in 2005, and have built a good, credible reputation. It’s somehow easier for men to sign up on these sites, but women usually look for references.
If you take a close look at our sites, you would see at least two or three women with their heads covered.
I asked Yasemen if there were ever any foreigners who came to her speed dating events and she exclaimed, "We have hosted so many foreigners, expats and international students! 18, Yasemen and her team head to Izmir for a speed dating event at 8 p.m. 20, there will be another speed dating event for those aged 24 to 32 starting at 8 p.m. As is standard practice, the venues where the events are held are only disclosed at the last minute and only to those attending.
Some of the professions of our attendees are medicine, engineering, entrepreneurship, teaching, marketing, advertising, law and design and this is just what I can remember now but everyone who attends speak English," she assured. "We try to pick places that are cozy and close to the public transportation because many people come after work.
“I don’t take TUIK’s findings seriously on this issue,” said Haluk Akin, co-owner of Pembe Panjur, a dating-for-marriage site with nearly 2 million visitors, who sign up for a fee of less than $10.
“There is a negative perception about finding your partner online, and couples usually end up lying about it if they end up in a working, long-lasting relationship potentially and hopefully ending with a marriage.” Ersan Ozer, owner of popular online dating sites such as Istanbul.net, and Izmir.net, agreed, asking, “How can one trust TUIK’s findings when people’s perception about online dating is so negative?
If the thought of online dating in a majority-Muslim country inclined to conservatism seems strange, you should get over it.