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Tinder & Gen Y’s Hook Up Culture
Single and ready to mingle but not dating as much as you would like? Well, it might not be you, it could be Australians. Not the most uplifting piece of information for those looking for love and not planning on upping sticks, but it did provide comfort to some or, as Oprah might say, "Aha! Schilling, a psychologist for more than 15 years and a self-described "reformed single girl" who "came out the other end" after a decade of looking for love and finding it on eHarmony, explained that a lazy Australian dating culture stems way back — almost 70 years — when Australians did not borrow from American culture for a change. Australians usually follow suit, but we did not do that and we still have not done that," she told Fairfax Media. You will see groups of guys and girls, and never the two shall meet," she said. I'm speaking in general, but in most cases Australians are not encouraged to take on gentlemanly traits. They are ridiculed for acting as gentleman. We don't encourage men to behave in that gentlemanly fashion.
Residential accommodation on campus is a popular option with many international students. But attitudes towards casual hook-ups have slowly changed in China, Yufei feels. In the last three to four years, Yufei has noticed that people in her country have become more open to talking about it. But now, interestingly, they have been talking about it more openly. Alina, a Chinese international student who also lives on campus, agrees with Yufei and feels the introduction of Chinese dating apps have led to a more sexually active lifestyle for young Chinese individuals.
Do you even remember? Growing up with The O. But do claims about the death of romance — a concept so seemingly timeless — ring true? Are we really a generation of emotionally stunted, romance-deprived, sex-fuelled zombies?
All rights reserved. Dating school. It sounds weird, right?