May 21, 2013, 12:58 PM — Anyone who’s been around the Internet block a few times knows there are dating sites for people of every peccadillo and persuasion. There are sites for little people, tall people, stoners, farmers, prison inmates, Ayn Rand fans, and fangbangers (aka wannabe vampires). There are even dating sites for adults who like to parade around in Pampers. (Note to my wife: See? It could be a lot worse.)
Now there’s a site for men with a little extra south of the border. The name is 7orBetter, and the motto is “Take the guesswork out of dating.” Do I need to draw you a picture? I thought not.
I normally don’t write about dating sites, especially those on the seamier side of the street, but this one deserves special attention because it’s kind of a hoot. (There’s also a privacy angle here, so bear with me.)
I immediately signed up as both a man and a woman. The site actually vets your application to determine if you are worthy. Needless to say, it asks for some fairly intimate information, though as far as I can tell there is no way to verify one’s, err, credentials. (I also have to say, I think some of these guys are exaggerating just a tad. Otherwise, it’s like “Quick, call Guinness, I think we have a new world’s record” every five minutes.)
Well, they approved my application as a female, but not as a male. No, not for the reason you’re thinking. It’s most likely because my profile description was a bit too direct for their liking. It seems 7orBetter also requires its members to be well… spoken. It also doesn’t allow nude photos, any direct conversations about making the beast with two backs, offensive or vulgar language, or the use of terms such as “money slave,” “mistress,” or “goddess.”
They even have this disclaimer on the registration form:
Before you complete this form, please keep in mind that this is NOT a sex site, even though the site's purpose is to make sure our members are sexually and physically compatible. This site is NOT for casual sexual hookups, threesomes or open marriages. This site is meant for single women that are looking to date, but want to make sure the man is not lacking physically when it is time to be intimate.
Kind of prudish for a site that’s all about the angle of one’s dangle, don’t you think?