There are many kinds of dating sites out there these days; they are tailored specifically to groups like Christians, Jews, farmers, and stoners — and the list goes on and on. The newest niche is Awake Dating, the first online dating site for conspiracy theorists.

Developed by Jarrod Fidden, Awake Dating features all the normal bells and whistles of a dating network, but with the caveat that most — if not all — the users consider themselves “awoken” to the true nature of reality. Under this wide tent are the lovesick eyes of every variety of truther you can possibly imagine…

Fidden, the COO and founder, defines his typical ‘awake’ user as “one who has investigated and come to his or her own conclusions on a collection of topics and issues. And through this research and critical thinking, [he] has ‘woken’ from the fantastic false dream carefully crafted for the ‘consumer.’”…

Fidden believes his site will empower fringe thinkers who have been ostracized from ‘normal’ social circles because they hold outlandish and stigmatized beliefs that are not part of standard consensus reality. He doesn’t even subscribe to the word conspiracy theorist, instead preferring “early adopter of inconvenient truths.”

Jake Anderson completes his article on conspiracy dating by suggesting you reflect on the possibility that the group is a CIA honeypot. Har.

  1. Rex says:

    So it’s a dating site for right wing nuts. All of the people I have ever met that believe in bat shit crazy stuff have been on the right.

    • Hmeyers says:

      I don’t know about that.

      Vegans, unusually passionate environmentalists, unusually passionate animal rights activists many times have tended to have bizarre ideas. And “truthers” (i.e. Bush did 9/11).

      Where do anti-vaxxers (Jim Carrey) and homeopathy people fall on the political spectrum — those people tend to have a whole buffet of nutty ideas.

      The reason that we hear more “right wing” nutty ideas in the media is that market for right wing radio is more clearly defined.

      Boundless human stupidity can be found under many different rocks. Remember John Kerry’s wife and her weird thing about beads?

    • NewFormatSux says:

      Fire does not melt steel.

  2. Oh Really says:

    Hillary believes in an alien presence on earth. Is she a right-wing nutjob? Jimmy Carter? Dennis Kucinich?

  3. Rogue says:

    It is a honeypot, not better than Facebook or Twitter.


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