I'll add more later if anyone else joins in the discussion but for now I'll leave it at that.
And btw feel free to post whatever your thoughts are on the general issue.
Now that all bets are off: Do you think Irish culture has evolved in such a way that young men and women have become very confused about their role in a relationship and as such find it increasingly difficult to form relationships that fit into their own internally conflicting opinions of what a relationship should be?
Many of the varying topics that come up in discussion are that:1. If you're a virgin over the age of *insert age here* you're a saddo.9. What I'm trying to start is a general discussion with regards to the forming of relationships both loving and sexual in an Irish context. In general we don't do the American "dating" thing of asking out randomers on the street yet we seem very adept at scoring randomers in a drunken state at pubs/clubs etc and trying to build a relationship on a one night encounter.
Irish men tend to talk incredibly quickly and with a very thick accent.
Their voice is charming and attractive to many women, but it can sometimes be a bit difficult to understand and their family in Ireland if they have any is only going to be a lot harder to understand.
com/byefelipe) highlights abusive, sexist or hostile responses by rejected men on dating sites such as Ok Cupid or Tinder.
For example, one woman responds to a man’s request to meet up with “let’s not”.