Even though it focuses on heterosexual couples, the authors are refreshingly candid in their analysis of sexism and racism at various stages to the dating process.begins by discussing the emergence of “soulmate” standards, then progresses from “asking out” through online dating.
In his live shows, for instance, he asks audience members to join him on stage while he reads the texts they’ve recently exchanged with potential dating partners.
(His conclusion: “Most dudes out there are straight-up bozos.”) The book poses the fundamental question: How do we go about pairing off in a world with no rules and constantly shifting tools?
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When the news broke this week that George Clooney and his girlfriend of two years, Elisabetta Canalis, ended their relationship, women around the world suddenly shared the same delusional thought: “Wait, he’s available?Consequently, we suggest that they use the microblogging feature on online social networks (e.g., Tweets or Facebook status updates) to help regulate their emotions.Accordingly, we find that less emotionally stable individuals microblog more frequently and share their emotions more when doing so, a tendency that is not observed offline.(For the record, the women on this list don’t need Celebritology’s help either.But this is all a game of fantasy, so just play along.) All of them possess glamour, a sense of humor and/or an “it” factor that would make them irresistible Clooney partners, at least from a celebrity- watching perspective. But even within this hypothetical realm, married women are ruled out.Maybe I’m next.” Well, the odds are that most likely you are not next.