A new HBO documentary examines how online dating has changed the way people date and mate, as well With more than 40 million Americans currently engaged in online dating, seeking hookups, relationships and love, meeting someone has never been easier. The documentary features interviews with Jonathan Badeen, co-founder and chief strategy officer of Tinder; Whitney Wolfe Herd, founder and chief executive of Bumble; Justin McLeod, founder and chief executive of Hinge; and Mandy Ginsberg, chief executive of Match Group, which owns Tinder, OkCupid and other dating sites. Also featured are interviews with experts and academics, who provide social and historical context for the rapidly evolving nature of dating today. The documentary focuses on the teens and twentysomethings who discuss, in intimate detail, their experiences with online dating, the only type of dating many have ever known.
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By Carly Stern For Dailymail. A new HBO docu-series about modern dating culture is being described as both a 'horror movie' and a 'profoundly sad' look at how much more difficult it has become to find a lasting relationship. Most tellingly, though, the buzz seems to most be coming mostly from members of the media who are older than the target demographic of dating apps, indicating that the unique struggles that younger generations face when it comes to dating are news to them. In the series, Sales investigates how online dating has had a profound impact on gender issues, rape culture, and relationships in general. But what I wanted to do and what I tried to do in the film was, No.
Can you imagine what it was back in the day? Not being able to communicate with anyone outside your immediate location at any given time… Being restricted to finding partners only from the people you could interact with in real life…. VICE Theme: