But far from this simply being a business venture for Mr Tavres, who used to live and work in the Anaheim park, the self-described 'software geek' explained to Los Angeles Magazine that his decision to launch the site was actually inspired by his own Disney-related dating difficulties.And while some people might find humor in the idea of such a specific dating site, Mr Tavres insists that are many more niche organizations out there which promise to match people with others who share a very particular passion.There are fans everywhere who want to find someone to share their Disney passions with - so create your profile and check your matches to find someone who loves Disney as much as you!
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Logan Levkoff, sexologist and expert on "Married At First Sight," explained that online dating and apps take the humanity out of the process a bit, which could make users prone to being ghosted. "The quantity [of how many people experience ghosting] is more because it's so easy to do and it requires very little human engagement in order to do it." In fact, in a poll conducted by You Gov and The Huffington Post, respondents ages 18-29 were more likely to admit they've experienced ghosting on either end than any other age group.