Roast Tinder bios with "6'1", since that matters" all you want, but a good portion of us are goddamn thankful for online dating. Some grandparents and fake deep Twitter still insist that online dating takes away from that raw conversation that can only be had in person. But if you think about it, online dating technically fosters many more face-to-face interactions with people that you probably wouldn't have met otherwise. At any rate, it's a helpful step to mitigate the pressure of meeting someone new, especially for introverts or people following social distancing rules. The modern serendipity that is coming across your soulmate out of millions of profiles is more likely than you think: Two Stanford sociologists found that online dating is officially the most popular way for U. Other recent studies about the types of connections being made deliver a swift blow to the antiquated arguments about online dating being solely rooted in superficial factors, like how hot someone's profile picture is: People who meet online are more likely to be compatible and, if they decide to tie the knot, have a higher chance of a healthy marriage — that is, according to this study cited in the MIT Technology Review.
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It's a rite of passage that single people love to hate. On top of the classic awkward Hinge date anecdotes and screenshots of a corny bio seeping with secondhand embarrassment, gay singles deal with all sorts of alienating interactions. Still, dating apps have become crucial means of introduction for gay folks looking to settle down. A Stanford study and Pew Research survey found that meeting online has become the most popular way for U. But the Pew survey also dredged up those ugly experiences with harassment.
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