Undoubtedly Facebook is a powerful tool for connecting with people and ideas but is it a good thing for our love lives?
While social media has been brilliant for our social lives, has bought communities together and is the perfect platform for debate, since the emergence of sites such as Facebook over a decade ago, the landscape of dating has changed forever. Do you obsessively watch what your partner is doing on there?
After marriage, the property of the woman was automatically transferred to her husband.
The Victorian girls, from the very beginning, were well trained and groomed to become the perfect wives and mothers.
Everyone wants to find the right person to share with their wonderful life.
Often, this can involve individuals of different ages, backgrounds and interests.
Society would know young Victorian ladies through a ball or dance.As one 2009 study explained: "The open nature of Facebook fives people access to information about their partner [or potential partner] that would not otherwise be accessible.As one participant recorded: 'It turns people into nosey parkers...I do not consider spending my energy teaching someone how to be a human being a sexy pursuit.My dating motto in recent years — and especially now — is this: “If it ain’t woke, don’t fuck it.”The problem lies in actually finding these unicorns.
n a world where nothing is normal anymore (not that normal was ever that great for most of us), one thing has actually become slightly easier: online dating.