Flirt offers subscriptions to men, and free lifetime access to women after confirming their identity, all for the purpose of flirting, chatting and hopefully meeting up in person.The site focuses heavily on the 'naughty' side of dating, although a significant number of men I spoke with were looking for marriage.As a woman, it was a welcoming, yet a touch overwhelming (even without pictures, I had messages flowing in minutes after signing up); the folks I spoke with said the guys outnumber the gals 25:1, or more.
Searching for others was a wonderful experience; I could choose by 'most responsive' (the default setting), last visit, age, and distance, as well as basic demographic information, physical characteristics, and type of relationship wanted.
The layout of the search results is customizable (list or pictures), and all methods of contact available to you are within a click from the search page - you can look at their profile, however it's unnecessary if you know you want to make contact.
While women can access all of the features of the site for free, they need to first confirm their identity.
Maybe coincidence, or maybe someone really wanting "naughty time" (as he said), I've yet to join another dating site where I had such an immediate response.
A few other quick, and easy-to-find features included 'naughty' mode (where you can turn viewing of nude photos on or off), Activity (a list of contacts made in your direction, be they emails, chats, winks or otherwise), and a forum.
Note that, you're still going to get (constant, in my case) emails from the site every time someone even looks at your profile, unless you go to your profile name (top right corner) My Account -- Change Settings.I have yet to find a way to turn off all member 'notices'.Recommended, with a few caveat; read on for the details."invites you into a thrilling world of online flirting where you can meet thousands of naughty singles and reveal your incredible flirty side."Men, women and couples can easily sign up at Flirt; with a few clicks and about 30 seconds, you've created an account. There were twelve pages of details to fill out in total, which you can go through one-by-one, skip one, or skip them all.Wait about 15 minutes to get the confirmation email, click on it, and you can access the site like any other non-paying member (depending on your gender - women get full, free access immediately, while men have to pay). I strongly recommend reading the second one, as it involves how many emails you'll get from the site, including 'matches from other dating sites', which are mostly likely sites affiliated with Cupid plc, the parent company of Once on the site, women get a good-looking guy asking them to send a message to their top 10 matches, with a pre-chosen subject line - all of which are racy and openly flirtatious. By skipping all but the email page, I finished 8% of my profile.I then perused my mailbox, which after only a few minutes on the site, had two emails (one a welcome message from the site) and one admirer. I posted zero pictures, and shared nothing about myself other than my birth date.