Dating: A new age trend of Socializing

These days, there are many ways in which you can socialize and make friends. There are many social platforms and messenger apps related to it. One such mode of socializing is through dating. Dating can be interesting as well as, dangerous. According to Wikipedia, dating is a “stage of romantic relationship in humans, where two people meet socially as friends”.  Nowadays, many people go into blind dating. The blind dating is a medium in which you do not have any idea about the person whom you meet. They can meet your expectations or may not. The aim is to assess the other partner’s perspective and commit in to more intimate relationship.

The rules and practises of dating vary depending on the religion, culture and country. The term of dating has several meanings; the most common form is referred to two people exploring the possibilities, if they are romantically or sexually compatible. They try to understand each other behaviour and come to conclusion. The couples, then decides to go ahead with the relationship or not. With the help of modern technology, people meet each other through social networks and dating apps. This phase of relationship is considered in more matured way. Studies say that, people who go on a blind date frequently tend to not have any expectations from the partner.

Danger sides of Dating:

Although, dating can be your favourite pastime for weekend evenings, it may have danger signs too. If you are dating an unknown person or seldom known person, then be very careful of your safety. You might land in to the trouble of violence or even, date rape. The violence while dating is not restricted to certain countries or cultures. This has also become menace in many regions. According to one of the study conducted on crimes caused by violent dating, there are around 20 per cent in the United States of America. Many people have claimed for forceful sexual crimes or harassments on the name of dating. It has been found that, in majority of the cases, the female is the victim.

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