Los Angeles, CA, February 19, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Last week's “Meet Your Vegan Valentine” launched a new vegan dating website, http://www.vegansinlove.com.
Sexy beats and fun games helped to spark conversations over steaming cups of hot coconut chai and maca cinnamon drinks. Some dialogue include his choices for becoming meatfree and her favorite vegan restaurant in southern California. There is a new “sexy” on the rise and it has less to do with how “hot” she looks and how much money he makes, but how compassionate he/she is.
Why is this blossoming group of vegans flocking to online dating sites like Vegans in Love? A persons lifestyle choices and beliefs strongly influence many people’s priorities, including the type of person they want to meet and marry. They may just end up having better sex and smelling like roses in the end, according to medical experts and vegans alike that agree following a plant-based diet can improve one’s sex life by enhancing attraction, boosting vitality in the bedroom, and reducing body odor.
It may not be so easy to determine if that man in front of you in line at the corner store is living a vegan lifestyle, so being able to easily find such compassionate and conscious men and women all on one site offers very efficient solution.
Niche online dating sites like Vegans in Love attract only vegan singles, so the pool of members has already been “screened” just by the nature of the site. As a member, one can use specific search criteria to further narrow their field of potential dates and friendships, zooming in on those that are true matches. For example, one can search for nonsmoking, athletic, spiritual vegans in Los Angeles, or anywhere in the world.
The website, launched a week before Valentines Day, Vegans in Love is continuing to grow. These members are looking for likeminded individuals who share their vegan lifestyle choices. Marian Montagnino, owner and founder of http://www.VegansInLove.com, a vegan, says she is touched by the reasons people have chosen this lifestyle, already meeting a large connected group in Los Angeles, her current residence of the last five years. The website offers indepth essay questions, instant messaging, video chat, flirting, and a comprehensive compatibility test, so the members practically know each other before corresponding via email or talking on the phone. Once meeting in person the sparks of new love or friendship are likely to fly.
The site also recently launched http://Ask.VegansInLove.com, a question and answer website where users can ask a question in relationships, food, networking, fashion, or flirting, to a panel of vegan experts including vegan psychologist and activist, Dr. Jana Kohl, food expert and raw vegan chef, Rawsheed Patton, founder of vGirls and vGuys, Melissa Schwartz, and many more.
Events are listed in the Los Angeles area, but intending to expand to other cities within the year. Vegans In Love will be hiring ambassadors to lead those events in other major cities across the United States.
For more information on Vegans In Love or becoming an ambassador in your city, email contact(at)vegansinlove(dot)com and/or visit: http://www.vegansinlove.com and http://ask.vegansinlove.com