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I don't feel the normal empathy I would for someone I met organically," she said.
Logan Levkoff, sexologist and expert on "Married At First Sight," explained that online dating and apps take the humanity out of the process a bit, which could make users prone to being ghosted. "The quantity [of how many people experience ghosting] is more because it's so easy to do and it requires very little human engagement in order to do it." In fact, in a poll conducted by You Gov and The Huffington Post, respondents ages 18-29 were more likely to admit they've experienced ghosting on either end than any other age group.
(The Discovery Channel has yet to confirm the anecdote, but current 20-somethings speculate as much.) But in an era of Tinder, OKCupid, JSwipe and Hinge, matchmaking often happens by swiping right and left, making potential daters literally disposable.
The ease of app and online dating has allowed ghosting to take new form.
Breaking Up Is Hard To Do Dating is, in some ways, a metaphor for Halloween.
('Tis the season, go with me here.) Trick-or-treaters go from house to house, tasting all different types of "candy" (aka men or women) until they're completely exhausted. In a 2012 study, researchers identified seven types of breakup strategies.
"What I find weird is that there has to be an explanation after two dates.
They go home, put on comfier clothes, consume literal candy until they can't even breathe declaring to their friends, "I'M NEVER DOING THIS AGAIN." That is, until a cute guy or gal ... Trick-or-treaters polled considered confrontation the best way to breakup, while they classified ghosting (avoiding/withdrawing from contact with your partner) the ideal method to end a relationship.
The You Gov/Huffington Post Poll confirmed these sentiments.
Chelsea admits that's the case for her and a bunch of her friends. I'll ghost someone without a second thought but when it happens to me I'm the first to run to my girlfriends in disbelief saying, 'The least he could do is let me down easy,'" she said, adding, "It's probably karma." So, Is Ghosting Morally Wrong?
New York-based location scout Victoria Carter protested the slow-fade in a 2013 blog post on XOJane.