Free online dating in Honolulu for all ages and ethnicities, including seniors, White, Black women and Black men, Asian, Latino, Latina, and everyone else.
“I wish there were more singles’ events for older people. *All names in this story—unless they lack an asterisk—have been changed to protect the shy, the vulnerable, the promiscuous, or those who just may have gossipy friends or work in a small office.
Their ages and, more importantly, their stories, are real.
To find out the ins and outs of dating in Honolulu, we met up for coffee with a 26-year-old who doesn’t want anything serious, had lunch with a 42-year-old virgin who’s waiting for the right woman, chatted with a single mother of two who doesn’t want to date a single dad, talked on the phone with a gold-digger-wary lawyer, gay men who find the dating scene small and more.
Each has a unique story about what it’s like to live, date and romp through the bars, beaches—and apartments—of the city.
Born and raised in Hawaii, the vivacious 43-year-old is a flight attendant, and frequently flies to Japan, Thailand and Korea.
She isn’t looking to remarry either but is giving dating another go, although she feels the city could offer more.Silver Daddies are finally getting our due from the online gay dating community.After all, just because there's snow on the roof, doesn't mean there's no fire in the furnace, as the old saying goes.There are thousands of active singles on Date looking to chat right now.We have all type of personals, Christian singles, Catholic, Jewish singles, Atheists, Republicans, Democrats, pet lovers, cute Honolulu women, handsome Honolulu men, single parents, gay men, and lesbians.We’re laidback, culturally diverse and tight-knit; go out often enough and you’re bound to run into someone you graduated from high school with or your cousin dated.