There are so many segmented interests today; why not capitalize on niche market dating as well? I am not surprised there are vegan and gluten free dating sites.
Upon a few quick Google searches I was able to find the following niche sites for dating:
– Halloween Passions
– Festivus Passions
– Frugal Passions
– Ninja Passions
– Cycling Passions
– Writers Passions
– Stripper Passions
– Health Passions
– Tennis Passions
– Golfing Passions
– Equestrian Passions
– Robot Passions
The Festivus/Ninja/Robot/Pirate sites are too cute and funny, I can’t imagine someone devoting their life to this, but at the same time I am very sure there are people shaking their head over being vegan and gluten free.
I recently an acquaintance tweet at me upon her discovery of my lifestyle, “@Lidia_LF You’re vegan AND gluten-free? Hope you like cabbage!” Lovely.
As niche as vegan and gluten free seems to be, there are quite a few people who do live this lifestyle and it’s growing amongst the mainstream. Living with Celiac isn’t a choice. To be able to find a partner who will understand the need to have a gluten free kitchen and live a gluten free life is ideal. Not to mention the other allergens that might develop as well. Most Celiacs are allergic to soy as well. Add all of those things up and it’s not easy to live in such restriction.
Imagine going on a date and explaining that, no, you can’t have a beer, nor can you eat the food at most place. Doesn’t make for fun company.
Vegan dating links:
Gluten Free/Celiac Dating:
Too bad there aren’t more gluten free dating sites. The other links I found were 404 or corrupt, so that pretty much leaves the site above as the only dedicated dating site.