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With thousands of members signing up each week on Flirthut, your match might just be a click away. Signing up with us is completely free. Unlike a lot of other free dating sites, we don't buy our member lists or use details we've got from other sites. All our members have signed up exclusively to use our free service so we are unique. Keeping your registration with us costs you nothing and you have nothing to lose other than the prospect of meeting your match online if you're not a member.

Quick and easy sign up

We don't believe you should spend hours filling out forms to find your dating match online. What can the results of a form tell you that you can't already judge for yourself? Meeting someone online needs a good dating site like Flirthut where there are other likeminded individuals. The decision making and the communication is up to you. You don't need to answer lots questions - save these for when you meet face to face. Online dating isn't a mortgage application like some other sites make it out to be. Flirthut is back to basics. Good honest simple dating with minimal complications. If someone interests you and you want to know more about them, then all you need to do is ask! And Flirthut has a few clever systems in place to ensure you don't get harassed by people who don't follow the online dating etiquette.

Control how you often we message you

When you sign up with Flirthut, not only do you get to search for free and message other members for free, you can tell us how often or not you would like to get email notifications from us. Unlike most other dating sites, we try not to bombard you with emails each time someone looks at your profile or sends you a message. Instead, you can choose to have a daily or weekly list of activity associated with your account emailed to you. Or if you want, you can choose not to have any email notifications at all. It's your dating experience and you should be allowed to do it the way you want. We also don't have any restrictions on message content other than an offensive word filter. If you want to exchange phone numbers or email addresses with someone else, then you can. That's what a dating site is all about - meeting someone!

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Single and looking to mingle

You're single and looking to find someone for a relationship - What are you waiting for? Join flirthut today and search for people in your area for free. Signing up is quick and easy, needing just one photo of yourself. We won't spring any charges on you or threaten to cancel your subscription because our dating site is a complete free site. That means any premium services we offer are in addition to the normal free service. And by normal free service, we mean free to search our members by distance and free to message them (subject to a ten message limitation per day). We don't put any restrictions on the messages you send to other members other than filtering out offensive language. After all, a dating site is designed to allow people to meet each other so if you want to exchange email addresses or phone numbers, that's fine with us. That's why we're here.

Single parent dating online

If you're a single parent, having to juggle time with your children and making time to meet someone for a relationship can be difficult. Free dating sites like Flirthut can help make things a little easier for you by giving you an opportunity to meet someone online without having to pay for subscriptions or create complex accounts. We're back to basics. And because we're simple, you'll have more time to search around and less time worrying about what information you've given. It may surprise you to know that a lot of our members are single parents looking for a relationship. Online dating is a great way to meet other single parents or other single people who are looking for a relationship with someone like you. And you don't have to pay anything. So what have you got to lose?

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A good photo for your profile

A good photo on your dating profile can make a big difference to the responses you get and the type of person that responds to you. Taking the time to select a good picture of yourself is very important. Before photos appear on Flirthut, they are checked to ensure they meet our guidelines, so they don't offend other users. Photos which do not, are rejected. So what is a good photo? Ideally, it will show your face in full - without sunglasses, hats or any other obstructions in a nice surrounding and preferably against a light background. You should be well groomed and looking your best. You wouldn't go out expecting to meet someone looking like you've made no effort whatsoever would you?

Take a look at our forum for some more hints and advice on what a good online dating profile photo should be along with other topics of discussion.

Something of interest?...

Will Coronavirus affect your dating opportunities?

You can't ignore it

With everything that's been happening in the news recently relating to the Coronavirus, I thought it would be interesting to write about how to stay safe when dating. And by safe, I'm talking about keeping germ free or at least reducing the risk of catching any bugs. And this doesn't just apply to the Coronavirus. It applies to any transmittable diseases, viruses and germs. Things like colds and the flu are often passed on to other people when dating and not always directly from your date. Think of how many other people you interact with when you go on a date?

Before I delve further into this, let me be clear that I'm no expert on the subject, so I'm offering advice based on what I know. I'm not a scientist or a medical professional so anything I'm saying here should not be taken as fact. I'm merely stating an opinion and expressing it in my own way.

Fighting off the lurgy starts at home

Dating face to face involves exposure to other people, not just your date. You're likely to be in close contact with lots of other people, and this can put you at risk in so many areas. As soon as you set foot out the door, you're at risk of catching all sorts. Fortunately, our bodies are very resilient and designed to fight all manner of invading organisms. So you don't need to worry too much about wrapping yourself up in cotton wool. Your journey to fight off bugs should start at home though. If you're not feeling great, for example, you've got a runny nose, sore throat or are coughing, common sense should tell you to stay at home. You can always rearrange your date. I'm sure they'd prefer to see you at your best rather than see you at death's door(!) or risk catching your lurgy. If you're healthy enough to go out, beware of others around you that might be harbouring all sorts of illnesses. You don't need to go down the route of wearing a mask to protect yourself. Most masks don't protect you that much anyway, and if you're on a date, it won't look great when you turn up with strap marks all over your face and the possibility of bad breath due to restricting breathing.

Think about where and when to meet your date

Meeting your date at a bar may increase the risk of you catching something because of other people likely to be there, so choose your timing wisely. Bars are likely to be packed in the evenings at weekends, so what about meeting your date during the week? Or in the early afternoon when bars are usually quiet? Remember, someone that has been infected with Coronavirus might not even know they have it or display any symptoms at all.

Letting your date down without letting them down

If you have to reschedule your date because you've come down with something, it's better not to tell your date exactly what you have or be too descriptive about symptoms. That can ruin the initial attraction. The last thing a potential partner wants to know about you is how thick and green your mucus was in the morning. Keep it short and sweet. Tell them you've come down with something but you'd still love to see them another time and make arrangements for another day. Depending on what you have, leave it a week or so. If you're suspected to have Coronavirus, you'll need to leave it at least 2 weeks, if not longer. A lot of dates might not wait that long, but if they're worth it, they will. Don't risk spreading your bug to someone else who might spread it even further.

Reducing the risk of catching a bug en route to a date

Public transport has always been an infection zone. People are coughing all over the place, touching handles, buttons and poles. Not to mention all those different bottoms sat on the same seats, over and over again each day. Like a bar, public transport has times when it's busiest. Fortunately, these times tend to be the same as when bars are busiest, so avoiding one usually avoids the other. Always carry antibacterial gel with you so that when you get off a bus or train, you can rub your hands with it. Or even better, get yourself into a washroom and give your hands a good scrub.

If like me, you drive, you can always arrange to meet your date somewhere less busy and take your car there. I know there's the whole drinking thing to consider, but in all honesty, having a straight head and keeping sober during your date might work in your favour.

With any luck, your date will go fantastically well, and you'll have to decide whether or not to kiss them goodbye. This will all depend on body language and rapport, but assuming you've got the all-clear to give them that first "I'm interested in you and want to see you again" kiss, you'll need to think carefully about the risk. It's so easy to kiss someone in the excitement of the moment, but be sure to remember that it's an almost guaranteed way to pick up a bug if your date has one. A way around this is to give them a big hug instead. There's less likelihood of anything getting transferred that way, and you can still walk away having given your date a positive sign that things are progressing well. Remember, hug not bug!

Sleeping with them on a first date

It might not be an option for some, but it does happen. If you're in a position that takes you to their bedroom, or you take them to yours, think hard about the risks. Forgetting safe s*x practices for the moment, which are very obvious, kissing introduces all sorts of risks of picking up bugs and illnesses. Unfortunately, there isn't really a way around this apart from abstinence. And if you're in the bedroom stage, then abstinence probably isn't an option! Way up the risk with the outcome. If it's likely your rendezvous will be a one-night thing, then I'd say it isn't worth it. But if you really like them and there's a good chance they could be "the one", then perhaps the risk might be worth it. After all, you might both end up in bed together albeit ill and probably unable to do much other than keep each other warm.

At Flirthut, we aim to encourage safe dating practices. We have members all over the world looking to meet their life long companions. If you're not already a member, sign up for free today.

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