The 20/20 Reading Series is a 2017 series of readings of anti-fascist and political plays speaking to the current political climate.
The intent of the series is to maintain a clear vision while looking at the challenges facing people today and to help find a path to the 2020 election.
I had no problem finding members to speak with in live-time, although for the most part the communication was slow, likely because of the translation required.
All of my emails received a response within a week, most within 48 hours.
The search features surprised me while working on this Anastasia Date review.
Not only could I search by my age (meaning, does the lady in question want to date someone my age?
I asked why everyone’s photo seemed so attractive and professional, and was told the women need to have a certain quality of shots taken in order to get on the site, as well as a rigorous process to ensure the same photos aren’t posted elsewhere.
I put in some really specific searches, and each time came up with (at least) one profile.
Anastasia Date accepts Visa, Mastercard, Discover, American Express, Pay Pal and Skrill.
Note that as soon as you click “Sign Up” or “Find My Matches”, you’re legally bound to the fine print listed on Anastasia Date, even if you decide you’d rather sign up elsewhere instead – a feature I’ve yet to find on any other dating site.
Single women can’t even sign up for the site; they’ve got to go through a completely different application process to confirm they do live in Russia, and also have their profiles and emails monitored to make sure the ladies aren’t trying to circumvent the system or scam the paying male members.
I’ll start by saying that it is a verifiable, secure online dating site, with thousands of women in Russia or the Ukraine, mostly looking to marry a man elsewhere in the world.
As well, they operate on a credit system: 10 credits equals either sending OR reading a letter, and it’ll cost you one credit per minute of chat, or video chat for two credits per minute.