A portrait of Sharon Cripe, August 22, 2014, in her Glendale home.Baby Boomers are the fastest growing demographic for participation in online dating websites.What is different is that experience has taught them to go with their instincts early on."I'd like to think I know what I'm looking for. Someone who can talk about the same things, someone to be my equal," said Handler, who has been dating online since 1998 and has never been married.Besides mutual attraction, Handler seeks a woman with a good personality who can hold a conversation and keep up with his banter.Young realizes how much Boomers drive the online-dating industry, citing Pew data that shows online dating has increased more than 300 percent among the 50-plus demographic between 20.Nearly one-third of Boomers are single and 70 percent say they date regularly."They're overcoming their fears of going online, so it's a natural progression to realize they're more suited to online dating than any other demographic in our culture," Young said.At any indication of deceit, Handler walks away — sometimes literally from the first date.Wolowitz has no problem dismissing a date who shows up wearing a silly or distracting outfit.
The most common types of spam e-mail were healthcare and dating spam.
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And while it's still hit-or-miss, this generation finds this method easier than hitting bars, getting set up by friends or just trying to run into people on the street when looking for companionship or love.
She's a great-grandmother who enjoys spending time with her family and meeting girlfriends for long lunches.