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The term "cybersex," which used to mean people describing sexual experiences to each other over chat, has morphed into "sexting" -- and it's a far more accepted part of life.Varying sexuality and gender identity are more accepted today as well.If you had to explain dating in 2017 to a time traveler from the 1950s, what would you say?"I would explain texting first, and how it takes five minutes now for people to decide they want to hook up," says comedian Nikki Glaser.Not everyone likes the seeming minefield of internet dating, though.That's when they turn to Amber Kelleher-Andrews and her matchmaking service, Kelleher International, founded by her mother Jill Kelleher in 1986 just outside San Francisco.Her theory is that the men had so many conversations going that her character was "another fish in the sea to them." WARNING: VIDEO IS NOT SAFE FOR WORK Tinder isn't unique, it's just one of the most well-known.
And since nearly everything is done using an app on a phone, "you can have a relationship with someone and never hear their voice," Glaser says. "Swipe right" now means "anytime you make a good choice or approve of something," according to Urban Dictionary.One idea she's considering is taking over the management of a person's online profile, and then helping select dates among the swipes and winks that pile up."People are really bad at choosing by themselves," she said.If you wanted to date only people who like Star Trek, normally you'd have to weed through several p'tahks before finding someone to join your crew, as it were.Now there's a site for pretty Star Trek fans, as well as sites for vampire enthusiasts, gamers and even devotees to the writings of Ayn Rand.