I love lazy Sunday's reading the Chicago Tribune and New York Times, and when I came across this article The End of Courtship? in the New York Times I thought I would share it with you. I think we can all agree the dating culture for the millennial generation is a completely different landscape compared to the days of our dating parents. We live our lives surrounded by endless forms of technology to communicate with our friends and family and to "Facebook Stalk" the hot guy in your Business class. We go through college with the "hookup culture" mentality, but what happens when you reach the real world? The traditional courtship approach of calling someone is almost non-existent with texting, emailing, and Facebook doing all the work for us. In addition the recession and changing gender roles are also playing a role on the end courtship today.
So do we need to bring back some elements of courtship or are you ok with our dating culture today?
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