The professional, focused service offered by PARSHIP is designed for singles who are looking for someone for a long-term commitment.
One of the site’s main attractions is its scientifically based compatibility test, the fruit of more than 30 years of research by top psychologists.
Head of Findsomeone Daniel Bridges says the difference is most likely due to the influx of rebuild personnel."There is a slight skew also towards the under-35 age-group, which would again speak to the younger workers who have made their way to the garden city to swing hammers and operate machinery."EVEN MORE SINGLE BLOKES HERE ...
They can choose from a range of online dating services, but how do they make the right decisions in their efforts to find someone special?
Nursing student and Brazilian jujitsu enthusiast Ginny Douglas is not surprised, that outside of the city, Burnham Military Camp has the fourth highest proportion of single men to single women in New Zealand. Single males per 100 females (Christchurch): 89.885.
Douglas, now 25, was 19 when she joined the army and trained first in Palmerston North and then at Burnham. University of Canterbury lecturer in philosophy Carolyn Mason questions the idea that society needs to be partnered."We have this general push to think that romantic relationships are the ones that really matter and that we should be focussing on – but that is only one way that we can get the affirmation and sense that our lives have meaning," Mason says. Top two areas where single men are outnumbered by single women: In Merivale there are 53.59 single men per 100 single females.
To help members feel comfortable with the whole process, PARSHIP prioritises privacy and security: for a start, member photos are never displayed on a general basis.
If you want someone to see your photo, you share it on a one-to-one basis with the person of your choice – as and when you think it is the right moment to do so.