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Online dating is becoming increasingly popular in Ireland, which is great news.
When I started writing for PARSHIP, Irish online dating was still in its infancy and going online to find a date still had a certain stigma associated with it.
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Not that many dating sites served Ireland then and of those that did, most were actually UK sites that had a certain percentage of Irish singles on their databases.
People were still wary of meeting “strangers off a dating site” or telling their friends and family they’d met someone online or even that they’d signed up to a dating site in the first place.