My boyfriend is on online dating sites
All the way on the left, in the second row, was mine.
A small logo gave the name of the matchmaking service being advertised: How About We.
And in a case very similar to my own, a married woman sued after her face appeared in an advertisement for the dating site.
Millions of people use these sites every day to try to find something I already have—a loving long-term relationship—and I wanted to know if they were going about it all wrong. I met my boyfriend on our first day of high school.
I fell hard for him—he was smart and funny, could play multiple musical instruments, and already had a beard—but we didn’t start dating until college.
By Reyhan Harmanci (Click here for original article.) Last June, my morning routine was interrupted by a series of texts from a friend, showing a pair of screen shots that were at first incomprehensible.
In one, under the headline "Better Singles, Better Dates," my boyfriend Patrick's smiling face hovered in the bottom row of a Brady Bunch-style grid of other men, as if it had been ripped from a personal account. " my friend wrote, "Since when are you guys online dating? "Patrick," I yelped, "look at this." As we huddled over the phone, another image popped up -- another grid of faces, but this time all women.I uploaded a profile photo, filled out a roster of stats about my body type and drinking habits, and started answering questions like “Do you recycle?