If you've been trying online dating for a while now, it's understandable if you think that all Muslim dating sites are the same.
After a while, they can even seem to blend together: you look at some pictures of Muslim singles, you send a few messages, and maybe you go on a date or two -- having paid quite a bit for the privilege, most likely. Here at Islamic Marriage.com, we've created the world's premiere Muslim dating site, one that we've dedicated to helping Muslim singles find each other.
Online dating has grown in popularity to the point where there is almost no social stigma attached to it.
With an estimated 1,000 online dating sites in existence, however, it can be hard to sift through all the options and decide which is the best site.
You can even search through our collection of other single Muslim users in order to get a better idea of what's out there waiting for you.
But unlike many other free Muslim dating sites, we give you even more.
OKCupid is one of the most popular dating sites and is free to sign up initially.
Before getting to "how," let's start with "why." There are obvious reasons one would want to date an Indian, such as how successful and professionally desirable they are. But, if you want to take some initiative, I highly recommend you familiarize yourself with some Bollywood actors and choose a favorite. Good luck and let me know how these suggestions work out.
Bumble is a dating app that only allows women to initiate contact in opposite-sex connections; in same-sex connections either party may initiate contact. Since 2012, Tinder has been matching singles based on their social profiles and geographic location. Both users must “swipe right” before being matched and are then able to chat within the app.
POF.com, also known as Plenty Of Fish, is an online dating site headquartered in Vancouver.
Some racial groups are more likely to intermarry than others.
Of the 3.6 million adults who got married in 2013, 58% of American Indians, 28% of Asians, 19% of blacks and 7% of whites have a spouse whose race was different from their own.