Creator of social media page Country Cupid, Maddison Wright, says online dating is now a necessary part of dating life for country folk.
It wasn’t long before word spread and the site soon attracted a membership of equestrian singles and country folk who shared a common interest in all kinds of outdoor activies and professions.That same year, 2005, two members met on the site and began a lasting relationship.However, the question of whether people are attracted to it for love or fun still remains.Ms Wright does make it clear however her page is dedicated to love, to finding soul mates."I have a strict policy."I can see through a lot of what some people put up there."If I don't think their profile is legit, I will ask again if you're looking for love or are you just looking to play around?"I was looking for a dairy farmer," Welper told CBS This Morning. I had grown up on a farm myself and I wanted that lifestyle for myself and for my kids." Apparently, local nightlife just wasn't delivering. The two went on to get married and now have a daughter.
Helen Fisher, a biological anthropologist, told CBS This Morning "Psychologists really know that we tend to gravitate to people who are from the same socioeconomic background, same level of intelligence, same level of good looks, same religious and social values, and somebody with the lifestyle that you're used to." Well, to each their own I guess, and if dairy farmers are your type, I hope you and your cows will find your heart's desire.The first two were Love Air and Love Sail, both of which continue to serve their respective niches to this day.In its first incarnation the Love Horse site contained a basic dating site structure with a forum attached.Our members include single farmers, equestrian singles, farmers dating and anyone looking to enjoy countryside dating scene.We have had several member marriages and happy couples using market leading dating software.This partnership allows us to keep you safe with market leading software, support and security.