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I have no experience with Spectrum Singles, nor do I know anyone who’s ever had an account.
There are several pages of questions; they go on for fucking ever.
These are the questions from the first page, just to give you an idea: -I prefer to do things with others rather than on my own -I enjoy social chit-chat -I tend to have very strong interests, which I get upset about if I can’t pursue -I find myself more drawn to people than to things -I would rather go to a library than a party -I notice patterns in things all the time -I tend to notice details that others do not -I find social situations easy -In a social group, I can hear several different people’s conversations at once -I am fascinated by numbers -I trip or bump into things -Other people frequently tell me that what I’ve said was impolite, even though I think it is polite -I usually notice car number plates or similar strings of information -When I am reading a story, I find it difficult to work out the characters’ intentions -I often notice small sounds when others do not -I frequently get so strongly absorbed in one thing that I lose sight of other things -If I try to imagine something, I find it very easy to create a picture in my mind (i.e.
Spectrum Dating is especially loathsome in this regard due to its utter lack of transparency, as well as its targeting of socially disabled people, who are especially vulnerable.
Because there are other options available- really good options, too- I do not recommend using dating sites that you have to pay for.
There’s a side bar called My Profile, with which you can access: -My profile -and also edit your profile -My photo (I assume that’s the main photo on your profile, as opposed to the other photos you’re permitted to post) -My blog -My spectrum -My chats In order to figure out just what the fuck makes me a blue, I clicked on My Spectrum.
While I’m already in a relationship, I figure I could stand to get out of the house more often and make some new friends, so here I am.And aside from a blurb on the home page, there’s not much information about what it’s like to be a member. Are they concentrated in one area (like the States, or Europe)? At the top of this page is the somewhat worrying assertion that “basic features are available for free members”- which was also stated on the site’s home page- without any indication of just what the hell that means.