“So to think that we should go through the same means to find someone — I mean, it doesn’t really make sense.”Massa found that many young people are wary of typical one-on-one dating, and that even calling something a “date” ramps up the pressure and the worries about rejection.“Asking a girl on a date now feels very formal, very official.
And if you do ask someone on a date and it doesn’t work out, it’s a little bit harder to turn that into a friendship,” Massa said.
“What [online dating] does is it makes the situation worse.
So we curate.”And that, in the end, may be the best way to make a connection.
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