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And when it comes to the root of the current dating desert—which includes decreased marriage rates and very little sex —people tend to point fingers toward social media and, in particular, dating apps. Many single folks have found themselves yearning for the courtship practices before smartphones and Tinder. And now, a new company is doing just that. And, to echo the complaints of baby boomers , the apps have made us lose some pretty valuable social skills. It seems like people have forgotten how to talk to strangers completely.
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