Stigma attached to internet dating
Admitting that you met your partner through an online dating service has never been something to be ashamed of, and more often than not is met with a positive response these days.
Countless modern couples started on the Internet and have found immediate and lasting romantic success.
Or bumping into someone in line at the grocery store? Part of it is residual—judgment passed down from our parents.
Our parents didn’t grow up with the Internet, so they view it with a certain disdain and distance.
So many people are on these dating apps and everyone has their own reasons for using them.So, to each its own, but if I want to take my phone out and swipe away while I have nothing better to do, why do I feel like I have to lower my brightness all the way before doing so or not do it at all because well, too many people around.I want to be a part of ending this negative stigma that comes with online dating.I'm not the biggest fan of dating apps, mainly because personality matters so much to me and I always have a fear of wasting my time.Nonetheless, I still use them sometimes and I have seen all sorts of relationships form from dating apps, from friends-with-benefits to long-term-I-wanna-marry-you-someday relationships.