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Claxton hopes to add a video and audio component in the future. "We realize people prefer to meet face to face, said Lavalife spokeswoman Lori Miller.
"They tell us after they've sent e-mails and talked on the phone, they build up a perception of someone, but often discover there's no spark when they meet in person." What's different about this type of speed dating?
"You fill in a personality questionnaire, and are then invited to events created with you in mind, Miller said.
"Usually at speed-dating events, you have a 60-per-cent chance of connecting with someone.
Love Voo struck with Sinulate Entertainment, which manufactures the Sinulator, a device billed as the world's first internet-controllable sex toy. "They love the Sinulator because she can be in California and he can be in Iraq.
"We have a lot of people whose husbands and wives are in the military," said Todd Claxton, founder of Love Voo Doo, which is based in a Washington, D. I don't know what your rank has to be to get online, but from what I understand a lot of people are using it." Claxton said he wasn't actually aiming for the military market when he decided to upgrade the site, which boasts 50,000 members — it just happened.
Clients of Love Voo Doo peruse the site to find someone who owns a Sinulator. Once they get that, they can control the toy, the speed and how it moves. It's the toy's owner who slaps down 9 US for a radio-frequency device that plugs into a computer's USB port, and a wireless sex toy. This is a little 'out there' for them." Speed-dating option For those not as "out there" but definitely looking, Canada's busiest internet dating site, where 600,000 active members exchange 1.3 million messages a day — is expanding offline to keep its site fresh.
Thanks to a couples website known as Love Voo and a device known as the Sinulator, the men and women in uniform in Iraq have been able to keep their loved ones at home (who are definitely not in uniform or anything else) smiling.
It's just one of many innovations online dating sites are developing to stay on top of what has now become a multimillion-dollar mainstream market.
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With this, it's 90 per cent." Lavalife is also planning to launch a film event series for singles across Canada in the late fall.
Adding the Sinulator seemed like a great way to attract more members, not only giving people another way to explore the couples lifestyle, but also a safe way for the more timid to experiment with it.
"This allows people to get involved, but within the limits of what they consider okay to their marriage," Claxton said.