"There’s some consideration about, like, 'Are we just lonely, or actually into each other?'"
There are much more fun ways to start—and maintain—a conversation besides "how are you holding up lol."
"If you end up with somebody through this thing, it's ride or die—this is how you find your wartime consigliere."
Swiping is good and all but we're actually DTC—down to chat.
The Coronavirus pandemic has made people slow down when it comes to new relationships. Will it last?
“Typically, the night’s over, and you either go home together or go home alone. Now, it’s more nebulous; no one wants to be the first to say we should call it.”
In the absence of physical contact, COVID-19 is enabling new forms of connection. Enter the virtual date, and the virtual hook-up.
“When you think ‘dating app,’ you immediately think ‘sex,’ so I can see why my parents wouldn't approve of it.”
Unless you have an Instagram crush you’ve been dying to talk to.
Meeting online is trending upward, and fewer and fewer people are meeting at work, school, or through friends or family.
Holly Bartter handles the swiping and chatting so you can enjoy some dating.