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’” -Mallory, 29“I not a fan of online or app dating, I haven't had great experiences with it.

I don't have issues meeting men or dating, the issue is finding a man who wants the same type of relationship I want which is somewhat traditional.

It makes me feel like I am making the decisions and am running the game, whereas even on Bumble, you send the first message, sure, but then it's a waiting game still.

The power is back with someone else.” -Rachel, 27“The apps i find the most useful, but at the same time the most frustrating.

And it is scary to think that maybe i passed up something good.” -Jeremy, 29“I get it — first dates can be a little iffy, so it's probably safer to meet up at a bar for a drink to make sure you aren't crazy/psycho/emotionally unstable. But why, for a second date, do they keep suggesting we just go get drunk?

Which I'm not totally anti either — but you could pair those drinks with something else that I would probably like, going bowling and getting drinks.

I believe in the organic process, and truly find that moment upon first meeting that gives you the childish butterflies to be lost.” -Jonathan, 32“Let's be honest, apps like Tinder put an emphasis on looks versus real qualities like personality.

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It's like the way we date has become a necessary evil.

It would be great if modern dating would allow some time and patience to really build and feel those connections.

I'm in the process of getting my sex therapist certification and trust me — sex is infinitely hotter and more pleasurable when you're intimately connected.” -Renee, 25“I dislike the lack of control.

If a dude suggests that we just go to another bar for a second date with nothing else planned, it basically just tells me that he didn't pay enough attention to me during the first date to figure out an interest or hobby of mine and can't think of anything better to do than go to a bar, which, I’m sorry, is just kind of pathetic.

I'm not necessarily asking to be ‘wined and dined.’ But I do kind of expect you still want to impress me on the second date - and going to the same Irish pub in a different part of town doesn't strike me as an exciting or impressive.” -Valerie, 34“Right now, I’m in two texting conversations with two different guys, three conversations on Hinge, and no dates planned.

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