In fact, a 2012 sociological paper found that for same-sex couples — comprising fewer than two percent of all the couples in the U. — close to 70 percent of relationships started online.
In his latest photo project, New York-based photographer Leo Chang set out to explore this new paradigm and lay bare some of the idiosyncrasies of online dating, particularly among gay men who overwhelmingly begin relationships online.
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One way this goal manifests itself is in his decision to use film rather than digital photography: “Conceptually, [film is] almost an antithesis to how fast we make connections and how fast our lives move today, especially given the digital component of our lives.
Because on Instagram, everything has a gloss, everything has to be perfect, and everybody likes to project the most perfect version of themselves. it’s a more raw moment and a real moment and that’s what I want to capture.” Leo’s focus on sharing intimacy over social media “gloss” reflects conversations I’ve had with other young people.
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One such intelligent young man, Zack, knows this all too well, as he was caught using the same lines on both a mother and daughter after matching with both of them on the dating app Badoo.
It’s 10 o’clock at night, I’ve just biked home from yet another disappointing date, and the last thing I want to hear from any well-meaning friend is “There are plenty more fish in the sea.” Screw the sea. I make a quick list of all the personal goals that I will prioritize over the next month, because I just need to focus on myself for a bit. I’ll have to wait to find the answer to that question because I quickly find myself back in the deep end, swimming (or rather swiping) through a seemingly never-ending supply of potential future dates, all thanks to my ever-ready dating app.