French dating website


We can read on the French version of the website that it's the "first dating website for demanding singles".By demanding, they mean that members pick who is allowed to join and that they mostly decide base on their looks."Each new application request is submitted to our community.To join, fill in your profile truthfully and submit it to our members, who have three days to vote for you," explains the website.Around 30% of applications were accepted since the recent launch of the website in Australia and New Zealand.If you're accepted, you'll be allowed to look at other members' profiles, but if you want to message them, you'll have to pay a membership between $20 and $50 a month.Pretty expensive compared to the popular app Tinder.Created in France in 2007, Attractive World is now present in 25 countries.



It shows that only one percent of respondents had used mobile dating apps exclusively, while 17 percent reported having already used both mobile dating apps and dating websites.The 'concept is simple', runs the manifesto on ‘adopteunmec.com’: ‘the customer is king, and he is queen – respect to the women.In this supermarket of hook-ups, the gals strike the bargain deals.’ Three male members of the dating site explain how the groove has been got on for their generation in this e-fashion since 2008 I can’t tell whether the hyper-feminist vision that the ‘adopt-a-guy’ (the English translation of Adopteunmec.com) website gives out is ironic or part of the art of surfering the consumer wave.In any case the site is one of the biggest French internet successes in the past few years.

Only women get a say on it: they can surf and select the meek male prey of their choice.‘Adopt-a-guy’ was created by the geek and flirt expert duo Florent Steiner and Manuel Conejo.

The 34-year-olds launched their site in September 2008, fashioning it as a distant cousin of the more popular Meetic and other-sites-for-singles-looking-for-love.