Online auditioning website jyp.com says its users are looking for someone who “loves to talk” and is “funny and outgoing”.

But it’s also designed to attract “people who are socially awkward” because the site “doesn’t cater to people who are straight”.

“People who are not straight have had to hide their attraction and self-esteem,” one of its founders, Josh Smith, told ABC Radio Melbourne.

“People will find a niche they like and it’s really not that different to the world we live in.”

“My wife is one of the people who is very socially awkward and not necessarily someone you want to go out with.

“My goal is to make sure I’m in the best position to be successful in the next job.” “

The site was founded in 2010 and is now a $5 million-a-year operation. “

My goal is to make sure I’m in the best position to be successful in the next job.”

The site was founded in 2010 and is now a $5 million-a-year operation.

“The best thing about it is that there is no barrier to entry,” Mr Smith said.

“When I’m talking to someone I don’t know well, I don`t hide my true self.” “

“I’ve had great people come and go and I’ve had very positive experiences.” “

When I’m talking to someone I don’t know well, I don`t hide my true self.”

“I’ve had great people come and go and I’ve had very positive experiences.”

“It doesn’t have to be your traditional job interview.”

‘The internet is not the place for a lot of people to be social awkward’ online Mr Smith says that although people may be attracted to the “social awkwardness” of the site, it’s not the right time to be looking for a “straight man” to be “friend with”.

“I think there are so many more things you can do online,” he said.

“[My wife] is not necessarily a straight guy.

We have a really open relationship, but we don’t always do things in a very traditional way.”

“That’s why I have this company that is very social awkward, because I have the ability to communicate.” “

Mr Smith is currently working on a book about the subject. “

That’s why I have this company that is very social awkward, because I have the ability to communicate.”

Mr Smith is currently working on a book about the subject.

“If you are interested in being a part of the future, you really need to look at the internet,” he told ABC radio.

“There are a lot more options for social awkwardness than you might think.”

“The internet has definitely not been the place to be for a whole lot of social awkward people.”

“And I think that’s the thing I’m really proud of is that I’ve been able to be a part in this.”

‘No one likes straight people’ Online dating website Plenty of straight people find the site awkward online.

“A lot of straight guys can be pretty awkward online,” Mr Taylor said.

“It’s easy for them to go into a social awkward conversation, because they’re so used to a lot less social interaction and a lot fewer people.”

And they’re very used to people saying no, ‘You’re too big, you’re too tall, you don’t look like you belong.’

And that’s very hard for them.

“They’re also used to hearing ‘no’ all the time, and they can’t really accept it.”

Mr Taylor, a journalist, says he is “disappointed” that his “straight” friend doesn’t want to be online.

But he admits that he has not had much success with online dating in the past.

“In terms of the social awkward stuff, I think people who have been through it have a different response to it,” he says.

“But I think it’s important that they don’t have that reaction, because that’s something that can really hurt them and they should be aware of that.”

There’s definitely people who like straight people who find the process awkward, but they don´t like people who aren’t straight.

“The problem for many people online is that online dating has become more “sociocentric”, Mr Taylor says.

“We’re going, ‘Oh my God, we can’t just pick straight people, we have to find them.'””

That is something that I think we’re going to continue to see more of,” he explains.

“We’re going, ‘Oh my God, we can’t just pick straight people, we have to find them.'”

There is a real lack of understanding of how to be honest with people.

“‘I don’t think anyone likes straight men’ Mr Taylor believes that people