The Senior Planet Exploration Center, which opened last year on West Twenty-fifth Street, boasts of being “the country’s first tech-themed senior center.” One afternoon, I stepped inside to find patrons—mostly women in their seventies and eighties—hunched over desktops and reading i Pads at a conference table. In a corner near the back, Marcie Rogo and Andrew Dowling, young folks, were preparing to tell the seniors about their startup, a Web site called
You could call it a dating site for the elderly, but they prefer to call it a place to find “companionship.” Don’t confuse them with Stitch.com, “Your guide to the embroidery world! Arlene and Carol had long hair, well styled, and ample mascara.
And love does occasionally bloom, as in the case of Rhodes and Castro and another couple Christensen says met at one of the functions and just bought a house together.
Turning to Rogo, he said, looking around the room, “I believe they’re all female.”“Hopefully some males will come,” Rogo said.
She once worked at a senior center, and describes herself as a lifelong anti-ageist.
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Margalit, who had short, curly hair, flirted with Dowling—“Are you married? They all belong to a group called It Takes Two, which is devoted to pursuing and meeting single men online. “We invite men from the dating sites, and we provide the wine.”“The ladies are pretty passionate,” Dowling said.