This is a comprehensive list of all asexual dating sites currently in existence, plus a few other dating options for asexual people! The options are fairly limited, but there are a few hidden gems. Hopefully you can find something that works for you!
Asexualtic: This is a paid site. You can sign up for free, but to send messages to other members you will need to pay. The price is cheap at £10 per year. But since there are so few members, and most of them won’t be able to contact you, I really don’t see any point in using it. Some people make a profile and list their contact details in the description in order to get around the paywall. However, there are far better options which you will soon see! It is available on desktop only.
Asexual Cupid: Another paid site. This one is very similar to asexualtic, but worse. The layout is worse, there are less members, and the membership is more expensive. Again, you cannot message people unless you purchase the paid membership. However, with this site there are no workarounds. So there is absolutely no reason to recommend it whatsoever. It is available on desktop only.
Acebook: This is hands down the best dating website for asexuals. It is completely free to use and also has many extra features such as blogs and forums where you can get to know people. It is also surprisingly active with people all around the world. I have already met lots of really interesting people on there. The downside is that it is only available on desktop. But if you are on mobile then there are also a few great apps available.
Ace App: This is the only asexual dating site which can be accessed in app form. Because of that, it has also become quite popular, and has attracted a lot of users. Unfortunately it does look like a lot of those are bots and scammers. But there are quite a few genuine people on there as well. Since the app is still relatively new, there are quite a few bugs which may make it difficult to use. The design seems to be quite similar to tinder, which isn’t necessarily the best design for asexual dating since most of us are not that concerned about looks. But overall, it is a good option to try if you want something to access on the go. It is available on iOS and Android.
Jigsaw: This is a dating app specifically designed for demisexuals. Though it is also open to ace and allo people so bear that in mind. I don’t think there is a way of specifying your sexuality so you may match with a mixture of people. The idea is that you match with someone based on personality. As you get to know them, you slowly uncover a “jigsaw puzzle” of their face to see what they look like. Again, it has become quite popular, so you are likely to find a few users in your local area. It is available on iOS and Android.
Patook: This is a platonic friend-making app. If you are not so much interested in dating, but rather just looking for some ace friendships, this might be a good option to try. There are likely to be more users than most of the ace-only sites. You can list your sexuality in your profile if you want to find other ace people, or even just leave it open to make platonic friendships with people of all sexualities. There are a few other friendship apps on the market, but this is the only one in my opinion that has remained strictly platonic. Many of the other friendship sites have become more like hookup apps. Depending on your own sexuality, that might be something that is important to you. It is available on iOS and Android.
Serendip: Again, this is very similar to Patook. However, this one has the opportunity to fill out a “personality test” to automatically match you up with people who you would allegedly get along with. Can’t comment as to how that actually plays out in real life. Though the idea sounds promising. There are less users than Patook, but still enough to make it worthwhile. A good recommendation if you are curious about learning more about your personality. It is available on iOS and Android.
OK Cupid: This is not an ace-only dating site. However, there is an option for users to select asexual as their orientation. You can also search for other asexual members. There is a way to hide your profile from heterosexual people, but it will still be visible to LGBT+. Though I believe those settings are well hidden on the site so you will have to look into it before you begin (as far as I know these settings can only be changed on the desktop site, but once applied they will take effect on the app as well). It is available on desktop, iOS and Android.
Regular Dating Sites: I think most asexual people would not consider joining a regular dating site, so you are unlikely to find any asexual people on there. I would only recommend this if you are open to having intimate relationships, since that’s what most people are looking for. As far as I’m aware, there are no other regular dating sites besides OK Cupid that have an option for asexuality. The best option I think would be to use Bumble with its “friends only” feature. Availability may vary depending on the site you use.
Religious Dating Sites: If you practice a religion that supports abstinence, you may be able to join a religious based dating site. I have also heard people finding success on Asian dating sites in countries where asexuality is considered the norm. However, that is completely dependant on your own religious beliefs and cultural background. I’m afraid I cannot comment on these sites since I am not a part of those communities. Availability may vary depending on the site you use.
Reddit: There are two main subs for asexual people looking for relationships: r/asexualdating and r/r4rasexual. They are not as active as dedicated asexual dating sites, and the format is a little clunky to use. I wouldn’t necessarily sign up to Reddit just for that, but it is worth checking out if you have a Reddit account already. I have also had some luck with meeting people on r/asexuality and r/asexual. If you like the look of someone’s profile then you can just reach out and message them. Since the community is still pretty small, most ace people are open to making new friends, and have found them to be pretty friendly. It is available on desktop, iOS and Android.