LDS Dimension is an online dating community for Mormons founded by LDS members.
The site (formerly known as LDS Mingle) offers free registration, though users must pay before they can connect with others.
The parent company, Spark Networks, also owns the dating site Christian Mingle.
Ying, 30, said she had had a crush on her current boyfriend long before they went out.
Even though he was Korean — and so, perhaps, not so judgmental — she waited for him to make the first move.
Belle* is 28 years old and has never been on a date in her life. Remember, you’re a beautiful, chatty, lovely person!
One recent afternoon, in a group chat between six Thai women who went to college together, Belle sent a candid photo of a decent-looking man she came across in her diplomatic career. ” one friend in the group suggested in the way that one offers advice to a friend that you know is destined for disappointment.She sent a message, the kind that has appeared in many thousands of all-girl chats throughout history: “Girls, what should I do? I remember receiving eerily similar messages from my childhood friends, high-school friends, and even former colleagues — poorly taken photos of guys with hopeful captions that illustrate their anticipation and excitement at the possibility of romance — but most of the time, those feelings are left unspoken.While it has been written countless times that expat women in Bangkok have it hard when it comes to dating (and we’ll be hitting that topic ourselves in just a couple of weeks), when you look around, plenty of lovely, single Thai women don’t seem to be doing any better.Founder Cooper Boice claims that more than 100,000 Mormons in over 100 countries have used the app, resulting in dozens of marriages.One user, Jillian Sewell, met her husband on the app.She says she wouldn't have met him without Mutual because lived in a different city.