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Well this is a strange request: my mum wants me to recommend her an internet forum she can post on. She's not very tech savvy, but I think she's intrigued by a lot of the things that I get up to online and wants to learn about them. It'd be easier if she could define one particular interest that she's most passionate about, then I could do some research and find something associated with that, but unforunately not.
I do know some of her interests though: travel and foreign countries, books, current affairs, art, textiles and sewing, health, teaching English (she's studying teaching English as a second language at the moment). She also says that she doesn't want somewhere that's 'populated with old farts', or at least not exclusively, but it still needs to be somewhere that would be accepting of a middle-aged to late-middle-aged woman. And of course it needs to have a decent community so to not scare her off or let her get bored.
I have no clue what to suggest. Anyone got any ideas?