Above all else Tinder is advertised as a dating app but we all know what its for and if you don’t you’ve been left swiped. Gone are the days of courting and frivolous dates wondering if “Tom or Sarah” is actually into you, because now sex is always at the end of your fingertips the accessibility is astounding but what it says about us as a society few ever take notice.Sex is the most primal urge and many will do anything for it, As users can see from repeated messages from people they didn’t have the heart to block.For youth to thrive in schools and communities, they need to feel socially, emotionally, and physically safe and supported.A positive school climate has been associated with decreased depression, suicidal feelings, substance use, and unexcused school absences among LGB students.In all our efforts to be authentic,we end up presenting ourselves like prized dogs being examined for worth or talent or beauty for a specific breed.Confusing lust for love, momentary intimacy for self worth in many ways we are the generation of self loathing introverts.
The rise in dating apps makes one ponder “Have we truly become so socially detached that we rely on applications for dating ? Just in march college humor released a skit titled “Tinderella” Mocking the trade mark picture swiping motion that Tinder is known far.
Most lesbian, gay, bisexual, (LGB) youth are happy and thrive during their adolescent years.
Having a school that creates a safe and supportive learning environment for all students and having caring and accepting parents are especially important.
The original purpose of dating websites have become skewed, even prompting format’s for App’s like Grindr, Tinder, Scruff & Okcupid to add the option to list “Right Now & Casual Sex” as options for what one is looking for.
Even more shocking is the amount of people flocking to these apps, “Grindr a popular gay & bi sexual dating app has over 6 million user worldwide” Study Conducted by Grindr- Queerty “More than one million Grindr users log on to the app every day and transmit more than seven million chat messages and two million photos to one another.” The notion alone of all of those photos swapping hands makes one wonder has no one taught these people what you put on the internet stays their forever?