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First, a sincere thanks for the feedback on my future tattoo. I'm still gonna go for it, but hopefully I can convince skeptical readers to look beyond my forearm. (Actually, I'm totally down with being a piece of meat.) We're gonna get through this.

Anyway: my friend Jo recently went on a first date at Costco and I'm totally jealous. We're going to dinner and then an experimental theater performance.

After this he apologized to me on email and we struck up a dialogue, and he agreed to be interviewed for the film; but on the day of the interview in L. it was the COO Jonathan Badeen and the “Tinder sociologist” who were available.

When you started this project, did you expect it would lead to painting a picture as bleak as what we see in give it a human face that is very hopeful, especially some of the young women in the film.

It’s so much easier to go on an app where there are so many options and you won’t get rejected (at least not that you know of). This is a huge change in human behavior; it cuts very deeply into how we have evolved; and it has happened in a very short time.

As you can see in , dating apps were designed with all of these things in mind — the fear of rejection, the anxiety around conversation — and also they were designed to be addictive, engineered to tap into our anxiety and loneliness and ego and desire.

First, a sincere thanks for the feedback on my future tattoo. I'm still gonna go for it, but hopefully I can convince skeptical readers to look beyond my forearm. (Actually, I'm totally down with being a piece of meat.) We're gonna get through this.

It is bleak when it’s a “contest to see who can care less” — which is a phrase I’ve heard over and over again in interviewing people about what it feels like to date today.

We were able to catch Sales over email while she was out of town working on a new book to ask her about the future of dating, what she feels coverage of .

What happened between the article and the filming of the documentary?

But I think it’s hopeful when people are honest and forthright about how this feels, and how they wish things could be different. Do you think dating apps are here to stay or is this just a phase we’re going through as a culture?

Dating apps and social media have overwhelmed dating.

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