Rajib Chanda found the social scene at Brown University so grim that he formed HUGS, a computer-dating service to match students based on answers to a questionnaire. The admittedly hokey notion of HUGS -- it stands for Helping Undergraduates Socialize -- drew an overwhelming response from campus sophisticates last Valentine's Day: nearly one-third of Brown's students, 1, in all, filled out questionnaires, including athletes and artists, fraternity brothers and rebels, heterosexuals and members of the gay and lesbian alliance. Chanda, a senior fraternity president, attributed the success of HUGS to a yearning for old-fashioned courtship, a way for students to dip a toe into the pool of intimacy and sex rather than plunge headfirst. At colleges across the country, students voice a similar lament: there is no real dating scene here. Instead of pairing off, undergraduates socialize in unpartnered packs.
Online dating is continually on the rise and nowadays a widely used and accepted way to find different kinds of companionship. This relatively new interpersonal phenomenon has provided an especially important virtual space for non-heterosexuals. Previous research on behaviors and trends on dating communities online for sexual minorities has focused primarily on sites for gay men in Anglo-Saxon countries. The purpose of the present study is to examine self-presentations on the Nordic LGBTQ online dating scene and possible gender-dependent differences in self-presentation.
Did you watch the premiere of Dancing with the Stars last night? Because if so you may have noticed that former Bachelorette Hannah Brown and Alan Bersten were fully dancing their way into each other's hearts. Truly, the vibes were strong—I noticed it, you noticed it, Twitter noticed it, even Bruno Tonioli and Erin Andrews noticed it. Plus, lest you forget, Alan has been known to date his dancing partners in the past—he and Alexis Ren fully had a showmance. Soooo, what do Hannah and Alan have to say about all this?
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