Dating technology has evolved to match millennial love.
This isn’t movie-studio cotton candy made flesh. It’s a skein of fantasy that dating apps construct in places where humans come and go. When you don’t stop in one place long enough to know it well, this is what you encounter: types. For many men and women I know, this makes dating apps boring, even harrowing; the Groundhog Day effect of striking up the same conversation over and over again, unable to see the other person as anything but the Tab A to fit into your Slot B, metaphorically and otherwise.
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June - July 2019