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incredible answer! Most couples don't want to commit your answer got me thinking of life and dating twenty years ago.
The urgent need of a partner is long gone thank you
The 1990s were not all that much different. Herpes and HIV/Aids were exploding on the scene. The "sexual revolution" or "free love" actually began in the 1960s. The term "shacking up" was used for cohabitating couples. Dating was never easy.
True but twenty years ago it was "frowned upon" to be shacked up. The rates of diseases were less in the 90's than they are today. Yes, the sexual revolution did take place in the 60's but "free love" didn't go on for decades. Something changed.
I so agree with you when you say ''Twenty years ago was wonderful'' just as I thought so. I was in college then and really enjoyed those years thank you,
realtalk247, I guess it depended on where you lived and how old you were with regarding to (living together). I was living in Southern California during 80s and 90s and there was No Stigma at all! Most couples who got married had lived together.
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Correct! Money is everything in modern dating