What recent college grads need to know about dating.
…and 9 more reasons why feminism is great for your sex life.
In the best cases, online dating had raised the bar for what they considered a good relationship, given them more opportunities to “fail” in substandard relationships, and, ultimately, led them into great, committed relationships. The result, I hypothesize, is… better relationships, but also, by definition, more breakups, as online daters adapt to a new reality in which technology has made us all a little more replaceable.
Dating is embarrassing, especially when you’ve got to pitch your best romantic qualities to an anonymous rabble using only a series of Rorschach questionnaires and a thoroughly censored handful of photographs.
Raise your hand if you’ve ever read a list of sex toys guaranteed to “spice up your love life!”
“What to you on the White Castle menu really says love?” “Probably the double cheeseburger slider.”
An excerpt from Fall in Love For Life: Inspiration From a 73-Year Marriage, by Barbara “Cutie” Cooper.
Ultimately, all of this pre-game anxiety creates an impossibly easy trap to fall into–a trap encapsulated by a single word that can and will ruin your entire experience if you let it.