Dating gen y
We're constantly presented with useless advice that's meant to help us read between imaginary lines.
Why can't we all just say what we mean and cut out the Miss Cleo mind-reading crap?
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Most of the time he brought something for the girl, and when the date was over he walked her to the door. Dating wasn’t as scandalous as it is now, and the actual relationships were more honest then.
The basic definition of dating, the way we date, and how we meet each other has taken a turn from the “old fashioned” way.
Everything that is seemingly wrong with our generation has been attributed to the above phrase. Are you unable to take responsibility for your actions? A certain moral panic has arisen and it's centered on the idea that all our generation wants to do is have casual, no-strings-attached sex. The idea of casual, promiscuous sex was embraced by society long before Generation-Y began engaging in coitus. The point is, casual sex is not an innovative experience attributed to Millennials. Our generation does appear to have some relationship issues, but it's not because we like to have a lot of sex.
Back in the day, dating was more of a formal issue.