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(I feel old.) Marie: I was actually wondering about dating apps. Julie: Tinder and Ok Cupid here (in New York), as we all know. Do people use it for fun, for dating, or just hooking up?
Tasneem: Some NGOs in India conduct mass weddings for niche groups like differently abled people. They're just all married in this massive mass wedding. Marie: Yeah, in France, men are more forward, although it's not unusual for women to flirt. Marie: I think guys like it when women make the first move in France. Marie: My friends who were living in Sweden LOVED how forward women were. Rossalyn: When you're drunk it's like, Now is a perfectly acceptable time to climb on top of you thanks bye. Tasneem: Well, I was in a girls school, so holding hands was totally OK. I got on after-school detention for hugging my boyfriend.
When I was living in Sweden, though, men were always expecting women to make the first step. Juliane: In Germany, women are not really expected to make the first move. In my last two relationships I have always made the first move and that freaked the guys out. They may judge them a bit, but they also appreciate the change. Julie: They like it because they are lazy and scared and weird, so it takes the pressure off. Julie: Well, if you live in Philly, where I'm from, a date is getting a drink with a dude and then paying for it, and then he basically moves into your house and you pay his rent. Most of them think that both sides of the date should offer to pay on a first date, but that usually the guy should pay. Tasneem: Kissing in public is unlawful in many parts of India. My school had a hands-off policy to try to discourage the ~sexual urges~. We had to write lines: "I will be mature and keep my hands to myself." (I am now married to him, lol.)Julie: We had enough teen pregnancy at my school that obviously there were no proper policies in place.
Julia Pugachevsky: I'm a staff writer, live in New York, first-generation American from a Ukrainian family (so I was raised with some conflicting ideas as far as dating traditions go). Rossalyn Warren: My name is Roz, I'm a news reporter at Buzz Feed UK, I live in London, and I'm from Hertfordshire. I've lived in Sydney with my partner for the past six years, but I grew up in a coastal town near Wollongong, about 90 minutes south of Sydney. My other great love is the internet, and I spend too much time obsessing over fictional characters and their relationships. I live in Brooklyn with my boyfriend of three years. " — they just skirt around the issue until enough hints are dropped to be like, "oh, we're a thing."Conz: In Argentina it depends on how long you've been "going out." If it's been over two months, the assumption from both sides is that there is no one else around and there is no real need for "the talk." In my experience the sort of "oh, we are a couple now" moment was when either introduced the other to people as my BF/GF. Julie: I definitely feel like it's a market-style thing in the U. Jenna: In Australia it definitely seems more organic.
Tasneem Nashrulla: I'm a breaking news reporter for Buzz Feed News. Conz Preti: I'm the editor for Buzz Feed Español and Brasil, born in Argentina but raised between Colombia and Brazil, moved to New York in my late twenties for grad school and stayed here ever since. I've never had the "so are you seeing someone else, are we exclusive? I feel like people probably go on dates with different people around the same time, but if they like a particular person they don't date anyone else.
But for those who use it properly, they do meet people and date.
But there is also a laziness to it — who has time to message strangers witty replies all the time?Guardian Soul Mates is used by middle-class liberals here. Julia: is for people who are very serious because you have to pay for it. And A LOT of Indians use that to find suitable marriage partners. Jenna: It's more common for guys to make the first move, and it's quite rare for women to do so. Marie: My school had a "please don't have sex in a bathroom" policy, but that was pretty much it. Jenna: Most Australian schools have the hands-off rule.Rossalyn: If we're being honest, says it's a dating site, but it's for people who are looking for serious relationships/marriage, they just don't explicitly say it. Julia: Yeah, guys are supposed to make the first move. Conz: I've openly asked dudes out and they are fine with it... It's OK if I walk up to a dude and start talking, but usually they'll be straight up talking you up immediately. Rossalyn: OMG you had to have a policy to not tell students to fuck in a bathroom?!?! Usually it's hands off or the meter rule or the balloon rule, like you couldn't get so close you'd pop a ballon in between you.Jenna: I think dating has become more of a thing in Australia thanks to online dating.Now people go on dates with people they've met online, whereas in the past it was more just someone you met in a bar or at work or whatever who you started hanging out with.Rossalyn: When I lived in Brooklyn, the dating did feel like a market, but in a different way to the U.K: It felt more cutthroat and like "nope, not feeling this, next!"Julie: Especially when it comes to online dating, which has very much mirrored itself after a transactional arrangement.You're "shopping" for people you find attractive, you go on dates to check out the goods, you date to see if you'd like to make a more permanent arrangement.Here they are: Marie Telling: I'm an associate editor for Buzz Feed France, based in New York.I'm French and I grew up in Bordeaux, in the southwest of the country. Julia: I feel like, in NYC specifically, you ALWAYS have to have the talk. K., I think that it's fine to date several people at once, provided it's still at the early stages and you're not taking the piss.