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Perhaps it’s the education, or else it’s the fact that the Irish mammy is a very strong part of society here. “You see almost helpless men who have been raised by their mammy until they are 40 or 50.I wouldn’t like to be marrying any man who had that.” American Clare Kleinedler (37), recently moved to Ireland and is testing out the dating scene “I briefly dated a couple of Irish guys in San Francisco when I lived there for college, and I am just starting to date here.He was already planning to get married, and when we were going to have kids and move in together.It’s like that in Poland after a certain age, everybody settles down. “But apart from that we have similar backgrounds because of the religion and that. I lived here for four years and I feel at home.” Australian Lisa Domican (41), living in Greystones, Co Wicklow, and married to an Irishman, Bill Domican “I met my husband when I was 18 and living in London.“The biggest difference I notice between American men and Irish men is that Irish men don’t seem to ask women out on dates.There seems to be a general lack of dating culture here in Ireland.
We ask three women for their experiences ‘I want to marry an Irishman.” So says one American female who has posted her profile on one of thousands of internet dating sites.For me, the standard Australian male is too blokey.“In Australia, men are more conscious about their hair and clothing.Mary Kenny, a relationship counsellor who also runs a dating website, says that her service has noticed a large increase in overseas women seeking Irish men for relationships.“I would say a quarter of all our females are now non-Irish,” she says.