As is an English language site, most of its forum members are from the US (where the site is based), Canada, the United Kingdom, and Australia. As far as race is concerned, there are members of all races on the forums.
Going by polls, most are areligious, athiest or agnostic, but several members are religious, some quite strongly so.
Listed here are answers to the most frequent questions; more detailed answers can be found by registering on the forum and asking the members. There is a large umbrella of interpretation possible and love-shyness is certainly a spectrum of disorders -- no two love-shys are alike, and many do not fall under Gilmartin's categorizations, but they are still love-shy.
Gilmartin in his 1987 book Shyness and Love: Causes, consequences, and treatment.
The seeds of love-shyness are often set in childhood, as love-shys tend to fall behind socially and become pariahs, and suffer all the negative consequences that result. Most love-shys have a fear of approaching that is the result of rejection, internal inhibitions, or a combination of the two.
Instead of keeping your eyes on yourself, worrying what other people are thinking, feel comfortable and relaxed.
When we take our eyes off of ourselves, we can do amazing things with God’s help.
Remember, Peter walked on water as long as his eyes were not on his own fears.
Of course, that doesn't mean there aren't homosexual and asexual love-shys; they exist, but as a minority. As far as homosexuality is concerned, many love-shys are accused of being homosexual and made fun of, so it's kind of a sore issue. Indeed, it does, despite the fact that Gilmartin only studied love-shy men.
Most love-shys support things like gay marriage but the tone of the forum is decidedly hetero. The argument that not as many women are as effected by it as men seems to be true, coroborrated by the much higher incidence of Asperger's syndrome in men, but that doesn't make the suffering of women who are love-shy any different.