Oliver Gough, the founder of Star Trek Dating, set up the site after he watched all of the TV series and wrote a novel called dating sites,' I said to him." Instead, Gough purchased the domain name and hired a web designer.
The similarly named Trek Dating, on the other hand, was set up by Jonathan Bird in 2013.
It has emerged that Scotland Yard kept a secret dossier on Star Trek, The X-Files, and other US sci fi shows amid fears that British fans would go mad and kill themselves, turn against society or start a weird cult.
Special Branch was concerned that people hooked on such material could go into a frenzy triggered by the millennium leading to anarchy.
It now has members in the UK, USA, Australia, and Ireland and claims to have close to 2.5 million users. "I joined to make sure things were working properly," he told the .
His wife only used the site for four days, but that was all the time she needed to find Bird.
What are the differences between people that follow the Force, and those who consider themselves “Trekkies”?
How prevalent are they on e Harmony, and is there a difference in their online dating experiences based on this preference?
If your Klingon is a bit shabby, just be a good listener.
These days, you can find romance that aligns with every niche interest under the sun.
Want to find someone to fall in love with your sonic screwdriver? If you want to find a fellow Hufflepuff to spend the rest of your life with, go for the Harry Potter-themed Dating for Muggles.
From a sample of about 100,000 active e Harmony users, about 5,000 users listed ‘Star Wars’ or ‘Star Trek’ as their favourite movie or TV show.
Of this 5,000, 60 percent listed ‘Star Wars’ and 40 percent listed ‘Star Trek’ as their favourite.