You can opt for a pay-as-you-go plan, which requires a activation fee, or you can pay .99 for one month of access.
From there, you do a search and look for someone who likes the same things you do, and if you find a match you take things offline.
Apparently, these badges are supposed to indicate how active you are on the site and they’re used to decorate your profile, but outside of that, they have no other use.
It’s free to sign up for the site, but to communicate you’ll have to pay.But you can search for people outside of your area too if you like.It will be interesting to see if Love Flutter remains a site that focuses on people’s common interests or if it will eventually go the route of other sites and place more focus on profile pictures.If you both like going to see a particular genre of movies, for example, you’ll want to keep seeing those movies after the relationship ends, but to some extent the experience will remind you of your partner, given her or his strong interest in them as well.Even though, as I said, I never shared a lot of interests with my partners, something still stirs when I watch a movie or go to a restaurant we both liked.
I would imagine that would happen much more often if someone shared a major life passion with their partner, like going to jam band shows, literary readings, or basketball games, things that you consider central to your life and identity and now are inextricably linked with a former partner.