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And, since we’re feeling extra generous, all of these options offer free trials and/or memberships that come with all the necessary features to get your freak on.

When people are talking about finding casual sex, Adult Friend Finder is usually part of the conversation, and that’s because it’s a legend in this particular niche, having launched in 1996.

My personal ads are pretty much all the same: I’m a sexually charged woman in my 40’s interested in a casual, no-strings-attached regular lover.

Obviously, no two men are alike, but for those in the same place I am, my personal ads seem to ignite something in particular types of men.

—-“That’s exactly what I want.” Emails like this from complete strangers pour in like a torrent sometimes. For me, this means first meeting in public for a drink or a coffee to see if we hit it off.

The men who stand out from the pack respond to my personal ad with warmth, authenticity and confidence. They seem to be at least moderately attractive, and they are willing to go at my pace.

Its a free service that tons of people use each day so I decided to give it a try myself and come to my own conclusion.

I gave myself a months time to see if it worked, I called this “The Craigslist Project” Week One New to the site, my first reaction was to go to woman looking for men (W4M) and look thru the adds women posted and send them a message with a pic and a little bit about myself.

It’s not really fair to me because it’s not me at all and I’m tired of living my life the way others tell me I should. If their mommy is going to spend the very little free time she has doing anything, let it at least be something that fills her heart with meaning and makes her feel good about herself.

On the contrary, I feel like a sputtering fish out of water because this whole dating scene seems very to me and doesn’t quite vibe with my 40ish single-mom-to-two-small-kids, relationship-oriented self. I get to abandon my yoga pants and let down my three-day-old ponytail and get all dolled up to go out a real date and drink martinis at some uber hip bar in LA. I want to go deep with someone if I’m going to be intimate with them.

I get to experience that butterflies-in-the stomach feeling we all remember from our years before marriage and admit we miss once we’re married. I develop feelings for people because I actually care about them and I don’t know how to just turn emotions off because this thing we’re in is supposed to be “casual” and we’re just supposed to be “hanging out” or whatever the last guy I dated called it. I want to know about their past and how they view life, and what their greatest fears are, and who broke their heart and what they made that mean about themselves, and what they’re passionate about in life. I don’t want to hear, “What’s up.” I don’t want surface.

I couldnt find a positive review that didnt have a link to buy.

I came arcoss many reviews for craigslist craigslist casual encounter both good and bad.

I even got to hang out a few months back on the set of an upcoming movie with one very hot Visual Effects Supervisor in my un-mommy like push-up bra and short shorts and act as if I did this kind of thing every day—as if I don’t have a mortgage I’m struggling to pay on my own, and a now three-year-old that at the time wasn’t sleeping through the night and an over-active neurotic brain working on overdrive trying to decide if it was okay to sleep with him because if I did, would he think I’m just a causal “hook up” and not take me seriously and where is this whole thing going anyway? I have always lived my life with purpose and intention. Not show up when I’m not feeling it and continue looking for other jobs while I’m working here.” I’m a career woman. I don’t want to make small talk over drinks and then go back to someone’s place and just “hook up.” I can’t pretend anymore that I’m comfortable with “just hanging out” when I’m looking for someone who at least has the intention of wanting to actually get to know me…and possibly have it to be more than that.

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