Dating in rural areas

15-Jun-2016 09:27

Online dating for rural and small-town settings sounds like a clever idea in principle, but if a potential mate is difficult to find in real life, what would motivate him/her to advertise online?

I don't know, I think online dating is becoming more prevalent.

Farms cover 61% of Australia’s landmass, but less than 15% of Australians live in rural areas.

The effect this has on dating in Australia is obvious: Singles in rural areas often find it hard to meet new people, find dates If a farmer wants a wife, there are other challenges beyond the pure logistics of actually finding a suitable woman in a remote region: Life on a farm is tough and not every woman can handle the Australian Outback lifestyle.

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Sounds like a problem for both genders, for well-noted reasons (prevalence of early marriage and childbirth, insular attitudes, lack of economic opportunity).

They are hard working, busy, fit and attractive folks who haven’t yet found that special someone to date or marry, because they don’t have a lot of opportunities to meet people.

Fortunately, just as new technologies are changing how we run our farms and ranches, new technologies are changing how people meet their match too.

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Posted: , Author: Osymuz "m is, ironically, not just for farmers.

M is a Minnesota based company, online since 2001, started with a mission of building a quality site, and making it totally free to use. Whether youre craving grilled cheese, pulled pork sandwiches, dumplings, or all of the above, create your own tasting menu by visiting a variety of food trucks on a date.

If you’re living in a rural area, this is important.

You've decided that the city life just isn't for you, and you're looking for someone to share your rural lifestyle with.

If someone lives in a very rural area and can't regularly get to a big city for singles activities, socializing, or dating, then I could see them turning to the Internet.