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With a member base of over 7.5 million, you get the most out of Asian online dating by searching and meeting Asians around the world. You can find and communicate with people or singles of Asian ethnic background on Asia Friendfinder. The Asia Friendfinder community includes Chinese, Taiwanese, Cantonese, Japanese, Korean, Indian, Thai, and Filipino, multi-racial and mixed descent nationalities. Many of our members are multi-cultural and can speak multiple languages, in addition to English. We find Inter-racial dating or relationships very common. For example, a single White or Caucasian man meeting and dating an Asian single woman.
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Most things about this site are pretty good and standard. But there are a couple of issues I think need to be addressed. I have noticed that I just cannot send certain messages, or I cannot send messages at all, to certain people. Pof should, in no way, get to decide, or even provide provisions to not allow people to just message certain people. Just like in real life, people surprise you and turn out to not be what you expected and possibly someone you turn out to be interested in. The feature that prevents you from messaging certain people because ‘you’re not what they’re looking for’ should be removed. The people responsible for controlling certain aspects of this app do not have any interest in your personal endeavors and should not restrict the parameters of those endeavors as they are not aware of anything that pertains to a reasonable decision to act on anything more than the basics. You’re not Cupid’s or match makers.. you’re a bunch of people who know software enough to have that job. Therefore none of your decisions should play into any kind of restrictions placed on me or any other user. You’re providing a service. What good is your service when it prevents people from doing what they reasonably expected they could? Not good is the answer.
Due to this, the people at Grindr decided to bridge this gap and help people with a bit more exotic sexual preferences. Another big issue could be safety and privacy, as people with different sexual orientations may be under threat in some environments and this app can help them get in touch with each-other without facing any risks involved in public dating.