But doesn’t it kind of objectify people with red hair?Not at all, laughs Jonathan, who has Irish (Dublin) roots himself: “It’s more like shining a spotlight on where you want to look.” He explains: “We have personal rules on how far we would travel for a job for example.“Macra is a sociable organisation for people keen on getting involved in anything from sports to travel, or drama and debating.It’s more an outlet for making friends,” she explains, conceding that romance may well happen for some members but it’s not the motivation for setting up the many events the organisation offers.is mainly focused in Cork, Galway and Dublin but have had people travel from Northern Ireland and even Switzerland to particpate.
The job you do can affect your dating — and your paired-up — life a lot.
And that applies to looking for love as well — some people don’t want to go to an international site and be presented with singles from everywhere.
So you might only want to meet people from Cork so you funnel or target your search.” Jonathan is managing director of a company which runs around 4,000 dating sites around the world and he certainly stands over his work — he met the love of his own life 3.5 years ago through a very niche site.
Personal appearance obviously plays a huge part of hooking up for many people and there certainly are niche sites to reflect this.
It may seem that 9 out of 10 guys have a beard or moustache at the moment but if you really want to be sure you’ll meet a hairy-faced guy then check out (“dating and niche social networking for singles with a passion for the mustache”) or (“connecting those with beards to those who want to stroke beards”).