I recommend that people read The Atlantic magazine article. It's about dysfunction. We should all be concerned when things aren't functioning well. I don't care if "they're playing hide the sausage" or not. I care that so many people are not happy with the state of affairs.
None of the people interviewed in the article were happy being alone. It's not all dysfunction at all. Far fewer teenage pregnancies, rates of childhood sexual abuse falling, and people are generally more empowered to refuse sex they don't want whether that's wanting to work on other things such as education or a career. Loneliness and romance are only loosely linked.
Maintaining a good network of friends is much more important - and women tend to do better at this than men. The Atlantic magazine article is a very long article. Not everyone is going to want to devote the time too reading it. It clearly discusses the dysfunctional nature of Millennials when it comes to face to face interactions.
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Just like all generalizations of a group, it doesn't apply to each person. But, the article makes it clear that there is a problem. Millennials aren't as skilled as previous generations at expressing interest in a potential partner. Stating that there are far fewer teenage pregnancies is sort of an admission that something is up. Sure, it's a silver lining to the the problem. But, it shows that the issue is real. It's that they don't know how to do it without using the Internet. Or increasingly they don't have time to as they're concentrating on studies or getting their careers started.
The Internet just becomes another tool for potentially meeting up in this case. This is still good news. People can then take their time, have a prolonged spell of single life where you'd hope they indulge in self-improvement and introspection, then take it from there. Many people realise they want to stay single after such a period.
The fact remains that people who have always been single are generally about as happy as most happily married sorts. To hypothesise on this matter, many might not be so sure during this time of life in their twenties, maybe FOMO or something, but then it dawns afterwards that single life was good after all. I don't blame you for not reading The Atlantic magazine article.
It's very long. But, sweeping the whole issue under the rug hardly seems appropriate. Sure, there have always been socially awkward people, so maybe we shouldn't care about them. If The Atlantic magazine article was about how free-spirited Millennials are and how they want to "indulge in self-improvement and introspection" I would have to agree with you.
But, the article is not about how Millennials want to find themselves. It's about them finding a partner. Your view is similar to the parent that kicks the kid out of the house when they turn 18 and says: "It's good for them to have to struggle. It builds character. And you'd be wrong. I did read it. You said it was about malfunction, but conveniently ignored the positive aspects of the article, which I mentioned as a counterbalance.
Alek Minassian was an Incel, the misogynist ideology that inspired the deadly Toronto attack. Their grievances, which are illegitimate and vile, offer a timely reminder that isolated young people are vulnerable to extremism of every sort. Some self-identified incels, as they call themselves, have developed an elaborate sociopolitical explanation for their sexual failures, one that centers on the idea that women are shallow, vicious, and only attracted to hyper-muscular men. Alek Minassian couldn't get laid. He planned to die myself, but he couldn't provoke the police to kill him.
Anyone can hire a prostitute? Maybe where you live it's easy. I've never had the desire or interest in hiring a prostitute, but if I did want to hire one I would not have a clue where to start. It's like saying that anyone can buy heroin. Prostitution is illegal. Not everyone is so cavalier about breaking the law. A novice would be vulnerable to being robbed or getting arrested in a police sting.
It's pretty sad if the only way to avoid being celibate is to pay for sex. I can't imagine that it would even be all that enjoyable.
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I'm sure there may be some Happy Hookers out there, but I suspect most are not. Yes, anybody can hire a prostitute. And you wouldn't have a clue where to start???
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Ever heard of google search? It is legal in many parts of Nevada. So if legality is your concern, book a cheap flight. But as a practical matter, if you hook up with an escort as opposed to street prostitute , you're free to have multiple sessions where you just talk and get to know each other if being stung is a big concern for you. No police sting situation is going to wait for a decoy to sit around for hours just talking to a guy.
Not really. It's a pretty common way to lose one's virginity in some countries, though not so much in the USA. But as a practical matter, I'd have to say that some of the girls I dated in college would likely not have gone back to my dorm with me had I not payed for the dinner and the movie, so to speak. Which I have no problem with whatsoever because I was financially well-off in my college days. I think you make too much of the pay aspect -- obviously you have hangups about the label "prostitution". But that's just the thing. You can choose which hooker you want from out of thousands from web escort sites, or whatever.
Just google any of the Nevada brothels.
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I was amazed to see the quality of their websites, listing all their hookers, their interests, etc. You can even e-mail them back and forth before you visit, and make an appointment with a specific one, all in a very safe environment. And I'm sure if you tell them it's your first time, many of them would take it as a special challenge and want to be very considerate. And I'd guess it could be a lot more educational than a first time with another person who's also a virgin, such as my first time, where we both kind of fumbled around, neither of us really knowing what we were supposed to do, and to what degree, and how long, and what we were supposed to do.
My girlfriend at the time had never had an orgasm, and I had no clue how to give her one. We just fumbled around like idiots. Can't believe you don't know any of this. Heck, it's even portrayed in TV shows and documentaries, especially in the reality show "Cathouse" on HBO, which ran for two seasons. It was at the time the highest rated reality show on HBO ever. The clients and hookers there were real people, doing the deed. One surprising thing was how many of the clients volunteered to be filmed -- I think they got the service free if they agreed to be filmed.
Was a pretty entertaining show. Strictly regulated brothels operate legally in mainly isolated rural areas, away from the majority of Nevada's population. Currently only seven Nevada counties have active brothels. None are close to an airport with commercial flights. Ever heard of a rental car? I think some of them are only an hour drive.
Or are you going to get all whiny about the drive? The original point here was that somebody is "involuntarily celibate". But just a single day's effort can get you right to the place to change that. And you complain there might be a drive involved? What has that got to do with my point? What story? Or are you a complete doofus? Why don't you question a specific point you think is a "load of crap"?
I suspect, you can't. You only want to pretend you think better. And all that after admitting at the beginning you "don't have a clue"? Yeah, we know.