New york times demise of dating
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In his discussion of hooking up, Blow makes some broad generalizations which are sexist and untrue. Girls get tired of hooking up because they want it to lead to a relationship (the guys don’t), and, as they get older, they start to realize that it’s not a good way to find a spouse.” It may be hard to believe, but not every female in college wants a relationship, or even to get married.
It really bothers me that this article assumes that men don’t want a relationship.
At a time when teens are engaging in much more unusual (certainly more headline-grabbing) behavior, it was slightly perplexing to see an Op-Ed piece in the Times on the phenomenon of hooking up, otherwise known in the piece as “The Demise of Datingâ (reg. For Ypulse readers, or anyone familiar with Gen Y for that matter, Charles M.
Blowâs commentary on the trend of high school and college students forgoing formal courtships for less committal sexual encounters (at least, in the getting-to-know you stage of dating) will seem neither revelatory nor accurate.
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The post-World War I accords and the League of Nations charter designated the area a British Mandate, except for a small area in the northwest, which was ceded to Belgium and later became Rwanda and Burundi.
Frankly, from the way he discusses the subject of teens and twentysomethings, it seems like Blow (who appears from his pic to be beyond twentysomething) has had no contact with either demo for quite some time.
While not a scare piece per se—Blow did provide research suggesting that teens are actually having less sex and not hooking up with strangersÂ —I find this type of reporting dangerous nonetheless. Neither by nor for parents or a professional in the youth space, the article just seems like a platform for badmouthing the younger generation for getting it wrong somehow and giving its author the chance to wag his finger accordingly.
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