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"There is actually not much evidence that [people with common interests] are happier with their partners," says Harry Reis, a psychology professor at the University of Rochester in New York.Jaime, a 40-year-old graphic artist in Texas, is hoping to find someone who doesn't mind her spending 10 hours or so a week playing World of Warcraft.Lee, who has often created mixed-medium works that use technology to comment on connection and isolation.In fact, Lee hopes that everything good about the app stems from her artistic training and sensibility.And 64 percent of all singles say finding someone with common interests is their top criterion in a partner. Typing "cats" in You Tube gives you 13.2 million videos, ranging from cats being funny to cats being jerks to cats just being..That's why a dating site for cat lovers just made sense to Sonny Crane, who founded "Do you want to meet someone who doesn't like cats?There’s even a Grindr-esque app that pairs performance artists with audiences.
Siren, named for the mythical beauties who lured sailors to shipwreck on rocky shores, was founded by Seattle artist Susie J.“As an artist, I hope that comes through over and over again,” Lee told Think Progress.“This is a site that should be compassionate to people who want to make meaningful connections, and how do you do that?No." But does finding a soul mate really depend on meeting someone who adores cats as much as you do?That depends on how deeply that common interest matters to you, says Aditi Paul, an assistant professor at Pace University, who studies online dating.