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I think his subtext was simply putting flint and steel in the same drawer.

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I think dating is more trouble than it’s worth for a lot of people, and it just gets to be more trouble as you get older. There is definitely a generational shift on this, although I can’t say what the real norms are. I know lots of non-members who are non-daters as well.

It seems to me that even just making friends is a challenge for people these days . It seems my son’s friends aren’t that into dating for the most part. Agreed that lots of people think it’s not worth the effort.

At his age, I was pretty much making out whenever I got the chance. Take away the possibility of getting laid, and most introverts don’t want to bother.

I believe this dynamic is also carried over and amplified by our segregation of the sexes even after marriage, and our odd institutional fear of men and women being incapable of real, non-sexual friendship.” This conversation took place between two married Mormon women friends: “I never dated anyone before ****** and only went on one or two dates before then.

I think this has more to do with me than being Mormon, but I do think that being Mormon made me uncomfortable with dating non-Mormons.

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