With technology slowly advancing and becoming more and more important in today's world, there is one aspect most people still can't get over. Online Dating. From Eharmony to Tinder, online dating has become more and more important in today's society. I'll admit, before being convinced by my roommate to join Tinder, I also had a stigma around online dating. The idea of meeting people who are "catfishing" you, or finding people who only want a quick hook-up is mostly all people think about when it comes to online dating. I would make fun of my roommate about all the guys she would meet, thinking that they were catfishing her.
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They were floored -- they hadn't heard of anyone doing online dating that intensely, and none of them had any interest in doing it themselves. A few people vocalized their approval and asked some follow-up questions; most people stayed silent, avoiding making eye contact with me and looking uncomfortable. But I'll never forget one girl's comment. As I'm reflecting on it now, it still feels unsettling to me.
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Of the men she traded messages with online in her first four months of Internet dating, Kristen Costello, 33, talked to 20 on the telephone at least once and met 11 in person. Of those, Ms. Costello dated four several times before realizing she had not found ''the one.
The internet has been around for decades, and dating has been around for centuries. So why does it surprise people that the two have formed a relationship? Almost every facet of our lives is online now: communicating with others, buying clothes, ordering food, filing taxes, registering to vote, getting a job, streaming movies, and so on. But online dating is still considered by many as an unnatural way to find a partner.