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When are you friends-with-benefits? When are you just sleeping together and not even friends-with-benefits? It is Mad Max: Beyond Thunderdome out there. Single Utahns in the thousands are desperately trying to find love or something that passes for it in a strange new landscape. Dating in the 21st century is hard, even in tradition-bound Utah.
Meet someone at a bar, a coffee shop or through friends or at church? No more. What used to be a fairly straightforward mating game has become far more complicated and nuanced digital cat-and-mouse game. Swipe left. Swipe right. Be charming. Be smart but not too smart! Be agreeable, but have opinions not too many opinions, am I right, ladies?
And gentlemen, please be at least 6-foot-1 with a six pack. No pressure, everyone! And even as dating apps congratulate themselves on having blended the human rainbow, sites pop up prism-like to subdivide Utahns into Jewish singles, Christian singles, Mormon singles, elite singles, farmer singles, single-parent singles—even a Utah-based white singles site.
But what app developers promote as the best of times for singles is becoming the worst of times for couples. Everything should fall into place; a routine should begin. But, when the entire dating population of the city is still at your literal fingertips, you wonder. Is someone better just a swipe away? Authentic relationships are rare as everyone keeps looking for the next best thing.
Note to men: In this scenario, you are a dimwitted fish to be hooked. But the dating landscape has evolved drastically in the last two decades. But how soon after meeting a new someone do you text? How soon after a date? Should you mark time after a text arrives before responding to it, or risk looking needy? It could go either way. Claudia Geist, a sociology professor at the University of Utah. Well, yes and no. And is that a bad thing? Again, yes and no. But wait! Jon Birger, author of Date-onomics , sees things a bit differently.
Right now there are more college-educated women than there are men and, Birger says, people like to date within their socio-economic class. When the male-to-female ratio is out of balance in species from penguins to people, evolution pushes everyone into promiscuity. In other words, society will always skip a complex issue of biological imperatives to blame the latest technology for anything seen as moral slip.
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