How Silicon Valley Big-Tech Destroyed The Process Of Dating By Using
Voters Like Data Cattle
How online dating
is killing commitment: Millions of women think love is just a click
away. But easy-come, easy-go internet romance can ruin your
chance of a lasting relationship
10 Ways Social Media
Has Ruined Dating . Our tech-driven society has been at the
helm of many wonderful things. Internet is now a household
commodity; people can work remotely, allowing them to connect with
colleagues and business partners from across the globe, and the
advent of social media websites like Facebook have allowed people to
6, 2012And one of France's greatest living philosophers,
Alain Badiou, is poised to publish In Praise of Love, in which he
argues that online dating sites destroy our most cherished
romantic ideal ...
As a newly single
23-year-old who had a serious relationship for four years, the
online dating game was one that seemed enchanting. Upon the
initial download of the apps, I won't lie, I felt like a kid in a
has now almost become the 'go to' method for seeking a romantic
partner. Furthermore, advertisements for online dating sites
boasting convincing statistics on high success rates ...
usage may destroy your relationship. The internet has
changed how we all live our lives for good and bad. It can help you
find information, directions, and possibilities. Singles can use
online dating sites to find dates or even long-term
partners. It can create a lot of happiness. Internet usage
can also destroy relationships.
many more dating apps came online. There's been plenty of
hand-wringing and gnashing of teeth over how Tinder could reinvent dating:
Maybe it would transform the dating scene ...
Everyone from online date sites tells me the following things happen on
them all the time. My experience seems to confirm it too:
-Almost everyone on an internet date site is a fake profile, Russian bot,
scammer or automated response algorithm until you meet them in person. You
can't believe anything until you see it with your own eyes.
- Anybody you meet on the internet should share 50% of the first meeting
costs because of the unusually high number of scammers and gold-diggers on
- All physical interaction requires a verbal "yes". A 'date' is a meeting
to see if there is sexual chemistry.
- Anybody who uses a 'smartphone', on a date for phone calls or social
media, is hyper-rude, privacy-violating and not aware of data hacking
issues. Keep your phone in a wireless RFID blocking bag at the bar, coffee
shop or restaurant on your first date.
- The bigger-the-dating-site/the more it's owner's abuse your privacy and
data rights by selling your info to govt and marketing databases.
- All dating sites read and archive your texts, emails and activities and
sell that data to political groups and marketing companies.
- Everybody that is on a dating site is dating multiple people at once. Do
not be naive. If you want to be committed and monogomous with a person
just tell them so outloud. If you do not both agree to that arrangement
VERBALLY, it will never happen.
- Men and women always assume different things about the status of a
relationship. Most dating issues are about what stage each other person
thought the dating phase was in.
- If you have unprotected sex you will most likely have a pregnancy or get
an STD. For each new partner you must get a blood and urine test for:
HIV/AIDS, Herpes, Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, Syphilis, Mycoplasma Genitalium,
Trichomoniasis, Human Papilloma Virus/HPV, Crabs/Pubic Lice, Scabies,
Hepatitis/HBV, Chancroid, Bacterial Vaginosis/BV, Nongonoccocal Urethritis
(NGU), Molluscum Contagiosum, MRSA, and Lymphogranuloma Venereum. Take
this list to any Quest Diagnostics Test Center or Public Health Center and
ask for the "Full STD Palette Test" or just show them the list and ask for
the test that covers those items. The test takes only a few minutes and
provides a lifetime of health security.
So....Since the web is the only way to meet people in the modern world,
there is no other option to find your unique match, but, persistence is
always said to pay off.
How Tinder is
Systematically Ruining Dating To anyone unfamiliar with the
app Tinder, it is comparable to what gay guys use for hook-ups; an app
called Grindr. Grindr is slightly more forward, as some people on
Tinder might actually be looking for a relationship, albeit rare.
8, 2016This is an example of someone's brain being negatively
affected via the internet, but it would be difficult to argue
that the internet is the main culprit, any more than a
gambling addiction ...
provides many opportunities for creating new relationships through
social networking and online dating. However, some websites
may be just as effective at destroying relationships. Below are the
top 10 websites that can contribute to relationship problems,
distress, and sometimes relationship crisis.
Columnist John Walters
wrote an article in which he claims that online dating sites
like Match.com, eHarmony and OkCupid are are bad for love and
relationships. Ana Kasparian and Cenk Uygur ...