People used to meet through family, friends, neighbors, church, or school. Each of these has been in stark decline from the 1940s to present.
Young adult fiction is awash in projections of a dystopian future, yet we’re still sliding into that future, and young adults are going along with it.
Marriage repays by allowing you to see poetry everywhere, whereas Tinder-based hedonism repays with a burning sensation experienced during urination.
In season two of ‘Master of None,’ Aziz Ansari’s character uses a line to get the attention of women in a Tinder-like dating app. Here’s what happened when I tried it in real life.
Tinder rolled out a feature last week allowing users to arrange group dates. I tried it out and what resulted was an unmitigated disaster.
The sexual revolution has brought us the hookup culture and endemic porn use, which besides ruining the fun of sex is bringing us to the end of civilization itself.
Tinder’s new update could even the playing field for men and women.
The men on Bumble are too lazy to make the first move. They’re also too lazy to buy flowers, plan picnics, and remember anniversaries. They’re the wrong kind of guy. Girlfriend, find yourself another man.
The classroom is setting up boys for failure. As men, now they must play second fiddle to their more successful girlfriends.
We can ignore biology all we want, but when women act like men, women lose.
The real war on women is being conducted by elitist establishment men who are pro-abortion.
The editor of Sex and the State, Cathy Reisenwitz joins Federalist Radio to discuss modern relationships in the age of new dating technology like Tinder.
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