Candice's site of choice specifically matches "generous sugar daddies" with "attractive sugar babies." It's just one example of online dating services geared to singles with specialized tastes. Star Trek fanatics looking to do the Vulcan mind-meld thing can search for true Trekkie love on Trek
Creatures of the night can peruse Vampire Passions, Vampersonals or Date Vampires (tagline: "Fall into the Darkness").
Despite that, Candice joined dating site Seeking Arrangement.com, where she and 4.5 million other "beautiful, successful people fuel mutually beneficial relationships," according to its website. Then consider its tagline: "12 girls for each guy...spoil them and they spoil you back." Over the past three years, Candice, 26, has dated a real-estate developer, a venture capitalist and an attorney.
They've covered her annual $40,000 tuition at Villanova University's school of law, taken her on trips and given her up to $5,000 for a monthly allowance. She's just a woman whose rich boyfriends pay her expenses.
More than 90 percent of America's 54.3 million singles have tried online dating, according to Statistic Brain Research Institute.