Get it On is a different type of adult dating community that offers sexual compatibility testing to help you find not just any partner, but a partner who is compatible where it matters, in bed. The site, though recently launched is quickly growing in popularity and offers free basic membership.
Get it On is a website where consenting adults can meet their sexual equal. The site offers an innovative adult compatibility test that enables members to specify their sexual chemistry in terms of likes and dislikes, fetishes and fantasies. From this, they can discover other members who are sexually compatible with them.
The test is the first step of the registration process on the site. It takes just a few moments and all of the questions are on one page. You simply click one of the choices from "Gotta have it" to "Never gonna happen" for each question. On completing this, you're then asked to enter a few personal details for your profile, some details about the type of relationship you are seeking, and you're done.
On entering the site, you can quickly find others who are compatible by simply clicking on "best matches", upon which you'll be presented with a page of members and a score for each, indicating how well they match your preferences.
Clicking "compare our answers" will show a side-by-side comparison. On such a site, this saves a lot of time, since you can simply "hone in" on those members who are looking for the same thing as you are.
Getiton.com is relatively new, and was revamped with a host of new features in 2009. They already have a sizable community of users who are ready to explore their wilder side. As part of the Friendfinder group, one can be sure of a robust and secure dating platform, and a constant stream of new visitors, thanks to their active publicity campaigns. Getiton is well put together, responsive, and easy to use.
The free basic membership offered gives just a sneak preview of the site. Upgrading to a paid membership will be necessary in order to view profiles in full and communicate with other people.
By Tara Miller