However, the effects of war and the Taliban regime quickly effaced the rights of women in public life and relegated them to solely the domestic domain.In 2001, with the overthrow of the Taliban, Afghan women were once again able to enjoy some of the freedoms that had been stripped from them. So, when a relative urged her to give online dating a try, she did. Connie G.’s small Southern town has a dating pool about the size of the average kitchen sink.
The remainder of the population is predominantly Shi’a.The Federal Trade Commission says the online dating scam called “catfishing” — when someone online pretends to be something or someone they’re not — costs Americans millions of dollars.The full amount will never be known because many victims are too embarrassed to step forward.Check your credit report for signs of identity theft. The term “catfishing” was coined after a group of filmmakers sought out a beautiful young woman involved in an online relationship with one of them.That woman turned out to be middle-aged, married and a mom.