“What is moral is what you feel good after, and what is immoral is what you feel bad after.” Ernest Hemingway
This is a TTG point for point rebuttal of a dating advice article for women from Thebolde:
1: Hanging out isn’t a date
“It’s high time that we abolished this bullshit and stopped accepting “hanging out” as a feasible date. Sitting on his couch and watching Netflix while he orders some sub-par take out food isn’t really a date — it’s just your typical single AF Friday night. If he can’t take you out in public and put real thought into doing something that requires actual effort, like making a dinner reservation and changing out of his worn out sweatpants, do yourself a favor and stay on your own couch with your own Netflix. You don’t need a guy to do the things you’re already doing. He should be trying to make things more interesting.”
I won’t disagree with this point in regards to Netflix and Chill. Though, if you’re straightforward about wanting to have casual sex and hangout without going through all the dating nonsense, there’s nothing wrong with that. Not every relationship has to be a monogamous one that eventually ends in marriage.