A fter nearly four years of being single, I decided that I wanted to meet someone romantically. Instead of waiting for love to find me, as people often suggest, I decided to do what so many do these days: try online dating. I chose Match. I started looking at some of the available profiles and I eventually found someone that sparked my interest, so I sent a message introducing myself and asking more about them.
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Jump to navigation. At the end of my last blog, which was about " Seeing Beyond Disability ," I mentioned a social connection of mine that might progress. Since that post, my relationship has done just that, and I have spent some time thinking about dating and disability. Online dating has made it easier for people in general to meet each other. However, living in this day and age of online connections, a double-edge sword presents itself every day — the ability to be more socially connected or to be more lonely. Someone can be anyone online — they can be true representations of who they are in person, or they can become a digitalized recreation into some "ideal" image of themselves.
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If you're like many guys, it's not for lack of trying. You probably spend countless hours every week clicking through profiles and messaging attractive women on dating sites and apps. You get a response every now and again, but rarely from anyone you actually want to date. It's not uncommon to feel like dating sites don't work for men.
Interracial dating isn't without its problems, but today interracial relationships enjoy more support in the United States than they have at any point in history. While two decades ago, fewer than half of Americans approved of interracial marriage , now 65 percent of all Americans support such relationships, and 85 percent of young people do. Attitudes toward interracial marriage are so progressive that some people prefer to exclusively date interracially. But are they doing so for the wrong reasons?