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On the other hand, the ever-expanding web of who knows whom in this town means that friends and colleagues can vouch for each other and make introductions that might not happen otherwise. All the time, people say, ‘Hey, you should meet so-and-so.’ ‘I think you would like so-and-so,’” he says.“It’s definitely kind of a referral basis around here.” And that’s part of why, for him, meeting in person is more preferable than chatting someone up on a screen.
Growing up in Arlington, Megan Donnelly never imagined she would one day be a divorced mother, navigating the singles scene here in her 40s.“Now I’m at a point where I should get out there [more], but I don’t know where the men are,” she says with a sigh.“Arlington has become so young.” DONNELLY ISN' T the only one who feels like an outsider in a landscape she imagines as filled with Abercrombie-clad dudes and chicks, fluttering between bar crawls and the gym.She assumes that the majority of locals claiming “single” as their Facebook status are under 30. In fact, more than half of Arlington residents between the ages of 30 and 39 are unmarried, according to the county planning division. It’s a nonpartisan nonprofit open to all lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer or questioning (LGBTQ) people and allies.