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These people are mostly strangers I met on dating apps or in nightlife situations. It is a strange practice to look for someone who could fill the void that we experience in our own soul.About Love is based on the necessity to feel something when you have the sensation you will never feel again. When we feel alone in the crowd of New York City (or wherever we may be) we look for a sign that we are not alone, that we share the same struggles, that we are alive." "I was in a particular period of my life when I could not feel anything.Fabiana Sala is a New York City-based photographer whose work focuses on the relationships and interactions among people living in the city.Her ongoing project, About Love, chronicles her personal experiences navigating the world of online dating.It seems like every day I'm being added on Facebook and Instagram by half-naked lingerie models named Tami who have only three to six pictures and fewer than 50 friends.As tempted as I am to just send Tami my credit card information or schedule a midnight meet-up in a remote neighborhood, something just doesn't seem right.Is Miranda too naive about how people find love on the internet, or are we just too calloused by the digital age to believe that someone like Miranda actually exists? You might get your identity and/or kidney stolen, but you can at least say your heart was in the right place. He earned his degree in Screen Arts and Cultures from the University of Michigan.
Keith has an old-fashioned view of dating, yet as a millennial living in New York City, he feels forced to use technology in the search for love. I'm calling it, "Mudderland" and I think the subject matter is rather timely, right? [Read More...]I'm sharing a story from long ago about a guy named Chuck.
In the season premiere of the third season of Millennials of New York, we take a look at some of the hardships and complications that characterize dating in the age of social media.
Miranda can't understand why no one will accept her friend request on Facebook when she's practically naked in her profile picture.
Is it possible we, as a society, have turned our backs on these lonely people?
I guess we'll never know unless we accept every suspicious friend request and engage in conversation.