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Millennials are stuck navigating a new romantic landscape in the age of technology and the hookup. Denise Hewett says hanging out has replaced dating. Internet Explorer 9 or earlier. Go to the times dating page to see the latest top stories.

Go to the Philadelphia Travel Guide. Friday night, she was expecting at least a drink, one on one. Silver, 30, who wore her favorite skinny black jeans. Finally, at 10:30, he sent a text message. Kitchen, want to meet up for a drink or whatever? I’m here with a bunch of friends from college. Turned off, she fired back a text message, politely declining.

But in retrospect, she might have adjusted her expectations. Dating culture has evolved to a cycle of text messages, each one requiring the code-breaking skills of a cold war spy to interpret. Dinner at a romantic new bistro? Women in their 20s these days are lucky to get a last-minute text to tag along. More information about Facebook, Inc. I don’t like to take girls out. I like to have them join in on what I’m doing — going to an event, a concert.

20-somethings, where none of the main characters paired off in a manner that might count as courtship even a decade ago. Joe’s Pub in the East Village. Bemoaning an anything-goes dating culture, Ms. More articles about David Mamet.