Editor’s note: Kim Mitchell met her husband Shane in an MMO social casino called Vegas World. After more than a two-year courtship there that included nightlong chats, Kim and Shane took their relationship to the next level, online and off. They celebrated a virtual wedding with all of their Vegas World friends, and two months later, their virtual love turned into a real-world marriage when they tied the knot in Tennessee.
Tinder, Match.com, Plenty of Fish, OKCupid. With dozens of Internet dating sites available today, it seems that much of the younger generation is comfortable with the concept of meeting their significant others online. But as a divorcée and mother of two, the idea of going online to meet anyone (especially my future husband) was a foreign concept.
But when my two daughters came to me wanting to sign up for ourWorld, a virtual world social network designed for…
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