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Trappy

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Oh no, someone stated an obvious truth that I can't disprove.

Do you have a source on that?

Source?

A source. I need a source.

Sorry, I mean I need a source that explicitly states your argument. This is just tangential to the discussion.

No, you can't make inferences and observations from the sources you've gathered. Any additional comments from you MUST be a subset of the information from the sources you've gathered.

You can't make normative statements from empirical evidence.

Do you have a degree in that field?

A college degree? In that field?

Then your arguments are invalid.

No, it doesn't matter how close those data points are correlated. Correlation does not equal causation.

Correlation does not equal causation.

CORRELATION. DOES. NOT. EQUAL. CAUSATION.

You still haven't provided me a valid source yet.

Nope, still haven't.

I just looked through all 308 pages of your user history, figures I'm debating a glormpf supporter. A moron.
 

AlexJonesGotMePregnant

he put a baby in my butt
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Oh no, someone stated an obvious truth that I can't disprove.

Do you have a source on that?

Source?

A source. I need a source.

Sorry, I mean I need a source that explicitly states your argument. This is just tangential to the discussion.

No, you can't make inferences and observations from the sources you've gathered. Any additional comments from you MUST be a subset of the information from the sources you've gathered.

You can't make normative statements from empirical evidence.

Do you have a degree in that field?

A college degree? In that field?

Then your arguments are invalid.

No, it doesn't matter how close those data points are correlated. Correlation does not equal causation.

Correlation does not equal causation.

CORRELATION. DOES. NOT. EQUAL. CAUSATION.

You still haven't provided me a valid source yet.

Nope, still haven't.

I just looked through all 308 pages of your user history, figures I'm debating a glormpf supporter. A moron.
somehow, your statement is more autistic than either @Trappy or @ProgKing of the North so congrats

can we go back to writing love letters for some fag's overseas boyfriend plz
 
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Oh no, someone stated an obvious truth that I can't disprove.

Do you have a source on that?

Source?

A source. I need a source.

Sorry, I mean I need a source that explicitly states your argument. This is just tangential to the discussion.

No, you can't make inferences and observations from the sources you've gathered. Any additional comments from you MUST be a subset of the information from the sources you've gathered.

You can't make normative statements from empirical evidence.

Do you have a degree in that field?

A college degree? In that field?

Then your arguments are invalid.

No, it doesn't matter how close those data points are correlated. Correlation does not equal causation.

Correlation does not equal causation.

CORRELATION. DOES. NOT. EQUAL. CAUSATION.

You still haven't provided me a valid source yet.

Nope, still haven't.

I just looked through all 308 pages of your user history, figures I'm debating a glormpf supporter. A moron.
That's a very good impression of a redditor you have there. Almost too good ...
 

Surf and TERF

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Can anyone with experience dating both with and without the aid of an app give some insight as to whether the apps attract a certain type of personality?

I only ever used apps and it took me about 3 years of doing that to find someone who was on the same page. I’m starting to wonder if my limited perspective is what made me so cynical about the way people date. It wasn’t just gay people who seemed odd on these apps. It was the straight ones too.

I grew up with a more conservative point of view so my assumption was that people only ever date someone with the intent of seeking a genuine connection and finding a monogamous, lifelong partner. It was shocking to grow up and find out that this desire is almost nonexistent in other people.

I can’t bring myself to be religious, but one thing that makes me jealous of my Christian friends is that they never have to solve the puzzle of figuring out their partner’s definition of a relationship every time they start dating someone new. There’s no guessing involved because everyone was raised to be on the same page.

Is the more “traditional” approach to dating really that unusual? Or are the people from the apps just throwing me off?
 

Senior Lexmechanic

Now Senior Lexmaniac
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Can anyone with experience dating both with and without the aid of an app give some insight as to whether the apps attract a certain type of personality?

I only ever used apps and it took me about 3 years of doing that to find someone who was on the same page. I’m starting to wonder if my limited perspective is what made me so cynical about the way people date. It wasn’t just gay people who seemed odd on these apps. It was the straight ones too.

I grew up with a more conservative point of view so my assumption was that people only ever date someone with the intent of seeking a genuine connection and finding a monogamous, lifelong partner. It was shocking to grow up and find out that this desire is almost nonexistent in other people.

I can’t bring myself to be religious, but one thing that makes me jealous of my Christian friends is that they never have to solve the puzzle of figuring out their partner’s definition of a relationship every time they start dating someone new. There’s no guessing involved because everyone was raised to be on the same page.

Is the more “traditional” approach to dating really that unusual? Or are the people from the apps just throwing me off?
I have a bias here, but, while I wouldn't say most people assume that the first (or second, or third...) person they're going to date is going to be The One, most people date with an eye towards a long-term relationship. I would say the apps are throwing you off for the following reasons:
1. "Dating" apps are generally understood to be tools for short-term hookups. They're called "dating" apps because you can't just call them "fuckbuddy finders" outside of porn sites.
2. Younger people tend to use "dating" apps, and younger people in general are more promiscuous.
3. Most homo-or-bisexual people who are interested in longer-term relationships don't strongly identify with the "gay lifestyle" due to its somewhat-justified reputation for promiscuity and obscenity, and so are unlikely to use a "gay dating" app.
 
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Is the more “traditional” approach to dating really that unusual? Or are the people from the apps just throwing me off?
In my experience, it kind of is. If you're gay and looking for an actual relationship rather than a fuck buddy, you're going to have to do a lot more searching. When I was younger, a "long term" relationship was maybe five or six months. It gets a little better when you get older, but even then it's no walk in the park. Guys are horny fuckers, getting sex is cake, connecting on an emotional as well as a physical level requires effort. Like the guy above me said, gay dating apps are pretty much just code for hookups anyway.
 

Underestimated Nutria

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Can anyone with experience dating both with and without the aid of an app give some insight as to whether the apps attract a certain type of personality?

I only ever used apps and it took me about 3 years of doing that to find someone who was on the same page. I’m starting to wonder if my limited perspective is what made me so cynical about the way people date. It wasn’t just gay people who seemed odd on these apps. It was the straight ones too.

I grew up with a more conservative point of view so my assumption was that people only ever date someone with the intent of seeking a genuine connection and finding a monogamous, lifelong partner. It was shocking to grow up and find out that this desire is almost nonexistent in other people.

I can’t bring myself to be religious, but one thing that makes me jealous of my Christian friends is that they never have to solve the puzzle of figuring out their partner’s definition of a relationship every time they start dating someone new. There’s no guessing involved because everyone was raised to be on the same page.

Is the more “traditional” approach to dating really that unusual? Or are the people from the apps just throwing me off?
Don't bother with dating apps. They attract a certain type (loveless degenerates). Imagine dating someone who you know spent months broadcasting anus close-ups to all takers. No thanks
 
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Black Waltz

sad soul
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Can anyone with experience dating both with and without the aid of an app give some insight as to whether the apps attract a certain type of personality?

I only ever used apps and it took me about 3 years of doing that to find someone who was on the same page. I’m starting to wonder if my limited perspective is what made me so cynical about the way people date. It wasn’t just gay people who seemed odd on these apps. It was the straight ones too.

I grew up with a more conservative point of view so my assumption was that people only ever date someone with the intent of seeking a genuine connection and finding a monogamous, lifelong partner. It was shocking to grow up and find out that this desire is almost nonexistent in other people.

I can’t bring myself to be religious, but one thing that makes me jealous of my Christian friends is that they never have to solve the puzzle of figuring out their partner’s definition of a relationship every time they start dating someone new. There’s no guessing involved because everyone was raised to be on the same page.

Is the more “traditional” approach to dating really that unusual? Or are the people from the apps just throwing me off?
I wouldn't bother using online dating apps, because you will probably run into people like this (courtesy of @BOLDYSPICY!)
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ICametoLurk

SCREW YOUR OPTICS, I'M GOING IN
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PS, the trannies were a thing in the '90s. They were literally on TV all the time and nobody gave a fuck. The idea of a "woman trapped inside of a man" is way more romantic than the idea of big hairy men fucking asses. It appealed to the Anglo fixation on the Cinderella story. There was literally a major trans celebrity in the '50s. They could legally have (heterosexual) marriages in the '70s in the US when it was still illegal for guys to even fuck each other in most of America.

This whole narrative that it's a new thing, the next frontier, or some toxic poison introduced recently to the gay community - it's all spin. Any side of it. This has played out, it's mostly old news. You're falling for a crock of shit. There is no fight over transsexuality, they got their rights decades before gay people did.

Third gender shit is the same thing too. All cultures that had them hated gays.
 

Thiletonomics

도널드 트럼프 승리의 소금.
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Regarding the LGBT (plus the other stuff that goes in to that abbreviation) community, what is their view in regards to trans people who abandon their families, i.e. Greta and Stefonkee, who do things such as trooning out without officially divorcing so they don't have to pay child care, or using family savings for trooning purposes? It seems like what some people tend to forget about people who transition are the things that they leave behind by doing so, i.e. career and family.
 

Wallace

Cram it in me, baby!
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Regarding the LGBT (plus the other stuff that goes in to that abbreviation) community, what is their view in regards to trans people who abandon their families, i.e. Greta and Stefonkee, who do things such as trooning out without officially divorcing so they don't have to pay child care, or using family savings for trooning purposes? It seems like what some people tend to forget about people who transition are the things that they leave behind by doing so, i.e. career and family.
I can only speak for myself, but I consider people like that to be scum who use gay rights as a shield against criticism and a sword to intimidate and harass others. LGBT is not a monoculture, no matter how much the Twitterati wish it were.
 

Surf and TERF

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Regarding the LGBT (plus the other stuff that goes in to that abbreviation) community, what is their view in regards to trans people who abandon their families, i.e. Greta and Stefonkee, who do things such as trooning out without officially divorcing so they don't have to pay child care, or using family savings for trooning purposes? It seems like what some people tend to forget about people who transition are the things that they leave behind by doing so, i.e. career and family.
The idea of the LGBT community having a unified stance on anything is an illusion. At least from my observation. Gay/trans people are scattered in the real world. Representation comes from loud internet shut-ins and seedy places organized purely for hook ups.

There’s not much in-between for anyone else who doesn’t go for that. So widespread, critical discussions don’t happen.