In a way, the prevailing model of American marriage today seems great compared to the traditional one. No longer do we get hitched because our dad told us to, because the guy is wealthy, or because the girl comes from a high-status family. Instead, most of us get married if and when we feel like it, to someone we love and who loves us in return. Except, in case you haven't heard, marriage today can feel impossibly difficult — perhaps even more so than it used to feel.
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Jonathan asks: "I've been trying to meet women online for the past few months with zero luck, and my friends have said similar things. Contact a girl, and you're lucky if you get a response, much less a nice one. I don't get it. I thought online dating was supposed to save me time.
Why Do Gay Men Make Dating So Hard For Themselves?
The risk is even higher for gay black men. There are several reasons why gay and bisexual men are at higher risk of HIV than their straight counterparts. Some of the reasons are based on certain types of sex that result in greater risk of infection due to how HIV is biologically transmitted.
But whatever the case may be, this kind of thing happens all the time. I spoke to 10 relationship experts about why this happens, and what you can do when it does. From holding onto your own sense of self to allowing yourself to be open and ask questions, keep these things in mind when the going gets tough in your relationship.