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Emily Brindley

Emily Brindley

Emily Brindley graduated from the University of Pittsburgh in 2017 with a dual degree in nonfiction writing and psychology. Currently, she is living in Kampala, Uganda, where she writes about culture, gender equity, and human rights. She also has a twice monthly column on the online women’s travel magazine In Transit.

Exploring Millennial Romance and the Brave New World of Dating Apps

You can find articles, video clips and nearly every type of media content deriding dating apps as the death of romance and the downfall of traditional dating. For some, that translates and escalates to a belief that millennials — the primary users of dating apps — have killed romance. A hefty claim, to be sure, but not…
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