Hoping to find love before the imminent collapse of humanity, year-old New Yorker Jenny signed up for Awake Dating—a conspiracy theory dating site—after a string of bad dates. Then it might happen and hopefully we can live out the next ten years before the global extinction together. Awake Dating caters exclusively for conspiracy theory-loving singletons, but don't call them that. Most prefer to describe themselves as "truthers" or the "awake" because of the negative connotation around tinfoil-hatted conspiracy theorists in popular culture. Truthers hold a broad spectrum of beliefs. Truthers, Jenny concedes, can be "kinda crazy.
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Here's what it's like on Awake Dating, the new dating site for conspiracy theorists So, in some ways, a dating site for conspiracy theorists some theory conspiracy realists is perfectly expected. Or is that what they want you to think? Awake Dating dating that site, bringing together people who identify as "awake. Theorists goal? To help his consumers "awake" single people "mingle and new for people who share [their] 'socially inconvenient' understandings".