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Singles practicing various forms of celibacy now have an online community just for them!

(PRWEB) March 23, 2010 -- Sensibly Celibate For the Selective Single is unlike any other relationship website. Singles practicing various forms of celibacy now have an online community just for them! Unlike traditional dating sites where frustrated members must peruse through hundreds of profiles just to find a potential match, Sensibly Celibate matches its members according to each member’s own personal specifications. Members specify their main preferences from the following categories: Personality, Interests, Values, and Lifestyles. They also select the age range and mile proximity preferences of their potential matches.

Contrary to popular belief, many people practice and support the celibate lifestyle. Celibacy is now for the professional and for the layman, the young and the old, the healthy and the unwell. It’s for the confident and the reserved, the scholar and the dropout, the believer and the non-believer, the popular and the nerd.

“In our health conscientious society where selectivity in one’s partner is encouraged by the medical community, SC is right here to promote taking time getting to know one’s partner before becoming psysically intimate,” says Sensibly Celibate member, Bobby O.

Sensibly Celibate members are relieved to know that the expectation is to take time truly getting to know someone. There is no race. There is no hurry. There is just time for new relationships to bloom into something real and beautiful, for trust and honesty to become the foundation.

Being asked out on a date without having to worry about the pressures of becoming physically intimate prematurely is priceless! A person can go out, be relaxed, and sit across the table from their date, knowing that at the end of the evening, there will be no strings attached. is the relationship website where dates like this and others like it are true possibilities!

Sensibly Celibate is offering FREE Trial Memberships to all new members! Members will complete a simple sign-up and then wait for their matches!

Sensibly Celibate For the Selective Single caters to singles looking for casual dating, serious relationships, and solid friendships. For more information or to sign up, visit

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