If you have a specific dating need to be fulfilled -- from the sacred to the scandalous -- there's probably a site for you, many with their own apps as well. That's where it's heading."Among the satisfied customers are Melissa Levine, 27, a physician assistant, and Corey Pew, 29, an engineer.
The niches range from ethnic, religious or age-based to sites for occupations (Farmers Only.com) or eating preferences (Veggie Date.org). They met on the niche site JDate, for Jewish singles, and will marry next month."As an engineer, you don't meet a whole lot of girls on a daily basis," says Pew, a graduate student in mechanical engineering at the University of Washington in Seattle. Levine was moving there as well and started looking online for Austin daters.
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