Things like hobbies, interests, and political affiliation are blatantly missing from the list.The inbox is pretty self explanatory, although it does have an extensive list of options for the types of people you would like to ban from contacting you.In their latest review they say In short, Po F strives to provide all (or at least most) of the features you'd find on pay sites, without the price tag.
The main way to meet and contact people is through their profiles, or if you would rather get your toes wet before jumping in and accidentally telling some stranger you love them, then the active forums are for you.
The crowd is for the most part friendly, honest, open, and talkative.
The perks of paid membership are just that, perks, not necessities.
Plentyof Fish is a genuine, if a bit knocked around and defensive, site full of real people.
It took my borrowing a friend's computer to get signed up because for some reason Plentyof Fish was convinced I was located in a banned African country 3,000 miles away from my current location.