These are the core obsessions that drive our newsroom—defining topics of seismic importance to the global economy. Our emails are made to shine in your inbox, with something fresh every morning, afternoon, and weekend. Talk to anyone who has tried online dating, and the complaints quickly come out. The hours of swiping each week.
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Roast Tinder bios with "6'1", since that matters" all you want, but a good portion of us are goddamn thankful for online dating. Some grandparents and fake deep Twitter still insist that online dating takes away from that raw conversation that can only be had in person. But if you think about it, online dating technically fosters many more face-to-face interactions with people that you probably wouldn't have met otherwise. At any rate, it's a helpful step to mitigate the pressure of meeting someone new, especially for introverts or people following social distancing rules. The modern serendipity that is coming across your soulmate out of millions of profiles is more likely than you think: Two Stanford sociologists found that online dating is officially the most popular way for U.
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The trio, Michael, 49, Kamala Devi, 38, and Rachel, 27, live what's called a "polyamorous" lifestyle. Rachel moved into Michael and Kamala Devi's home six months ago. Kamala Devi said she allowed Rachel into their lives because "I saw Michael lit up and I saw him happy.
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