MIAMI--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--DontDateHimGirl.com, the popular social networking site for women on the dating scene announced today it will remove its database of alleged cads from the site in August and replace it with a user-generated forum where users can post their opinions about anything from dating and love to sex and marriage.
“Through refining the site and its features, we’re creating a global online community of strong, empowered women and teaching them to make smart decisions about the guys they date.”
According to site creator Tasha Cunningham, the move from has been a long time in the making. “We had been thinking about ways to take the focus off of the guys and put it on to healing the women who’ve had their hearts broken,” said Cunningham.
Users will still be able to contact the author of a post directly through a link that appears on every post that is made. “As the site continues to grow, we’ve shifted our focus to providing a better online experience for our users,” said Cunningham. “We’re going to focus on putting out quality content such as articles, videos and podcasts that help women learn to date better, forming content partnerships and creating engaging mobile platforms.”
Cunningham’s first self-help book based on the site – DontDateHimGirl.com Presents: So the Bastard Broke Your Heart, Now What? – recently hit bookstore shelves. Publishers’ Weekly called the book “a been-there-dated-that resource” for women who want to emerge from a bad breakup stronger and smarter.
“Our brand is evolving in so many ways and we’re excited about the new direction,” said Cunningham. “Through refining the site and its features, we’re creating a global online community of strong, empowered women and teaching them to make smart decisions about the guys they date.”
About DontDateHimGirl.com – This popular, top-ranked dating advice site has helped thousands of women around the world seeking counsel about men and matters of the heart. Its creator, Tasha Cunningham, has been featured on MSNBC, CNN, E! Entertainment and in the New York Times, Glamour, Elle, Essence and GQ discussing dating, sex, love, lust and everything in between.