As a fortysomething single mother and attorney in Washington, D.C., Elena Albamonte had no trouble finding a date on Match.com, one of the biggest and most popular online dating services.

But it was nearly impossible for the Justice Department immigration lawyer and mother of two to find someone with whom she could actually have a conversation. Her dates, she says, were just too geeky, too awkward or too different from her.

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