As Christians go, there are even fewer teen online dating sites that cater to those looking to edify their faith while also seeking a dating relationship.
So, it makes sense to be wary of teen online dating sites from the start.
A 2015 report by the Pew Research Center suggests that 50 percent of teens used Facebook or another social media site to let someone know that they were interested in them romantically.
Researchers also suggest that 8 percent of teens met romantic partners online.
While the website is appropriate for teens who just want to hang out and chat, it is designed as a dating website for teens and encourages users to flirt with each other.
The site even boasts some marriages from among its users within the ten years of its existence.
There are so many dangers inherent in anything we do online, and teen online dating sites present real peril to those that use them.
The advantage that teens have over their adult counterparts is that they have a built in social network in their schools and outside activities.
In addition to browsing the profiles, you can also participate in chat rooms, discussions, and rate men and women in the Hot or Not section. The site has users from the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia and the United States. The site allows you to upload pictures as well as participate in their social network platform or chat room.
There is also a mobile app that you can download to your phone.
People who will want to prey on you will lie to make you think they are just like you, think like you, act like you.
If you feel like you want to make a real-life connection, communicate that with a parent or youth leader.