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Men on the other hand will indicate being okay with a five-year (give or take) age difference. It appears there’s no shortage of younger women who will come right out and tell Isherwood they are looking for older white men.
“To this, I politely respond that perhaps this is not the site for them. I’ve asked these women to explain to me why they prefer white men and I have heard all manner of responses from the belief that white men are more romantic to that they don’t cheat.
“I hope that in the long-run, our country will adopt as it has done with every other aspect of technology,” he says.
The 2014 Kenya Demographics & Health Survey indicated that 60 per cent of women (compared to 51 per cent of men) between the ages of 15 and 49 are in some sort of romantic union.
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Date-Me-Kenya isn’t a new site; it’s been around for four years.
About 1,000 single people sign up to it every month. Its CEO, 31-year-old Ian Isherwood, personally sifts through the new profiles in order to flag and toss out offensive and fake/scam profiles, and is in a great position to offer insights on how single Kenyans are navigating the dating scene and its tech-driven avenue, online dating.
Isherwood now asks the ladies who had sign up to bring along a single male friend to even out the numbers, “Some of the women said they were not willing to talk about it (to their platonic male friends),” he reveals, once again unearthing the stealth with which Kenyans are conducting non-traditional dating.
It could also indicate that Kenyan men are less willing to admit that they need a little help meeting someone because of the indoctrinated idea that ‘a man doesn’t need help, shouldn’t be vulnerable’, and so forth.40-year-old Reuben*, who lived and worked in New York City for 15 years, says that upon coming home, the thing he found most unusual about the Kenyan dating scene was that men don’t approach women in public spaces.
Isherwood confirms that he has sat back and watched men and women in bars, and wondered why they are not so keen to mingle.