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A new documentary, “The Dating Project,” is coming to theaters April 17, to show you’re not alone in your singledom.
As a person who is interested in philosophy, that’s really problematic because I’m interested in self-knowledge.
Hookup culture doesn’t really let us engage fully in real self-knowledge.
“At their best, manners are supposed to let us know how to act and how to work around social awkwardness, but at their worst, manners make people feel excluded and that there’s some secret way that they’re supposed to act that they don’t have access to.“Dating is the same kind of thing — at its worst, it can make you feel like there are normative ways you’re supposed to act, and if you’re not doing that, you’re excluded, you’re out.
So at its worst, it can be a really rigid system that only rewards people who are in certain circumstances, but at its best, what it can offer us are ways to navigate social vulnerability and social awkwardness.“At its best, it can be something where you’re just saying, ‘I just want to go get coffee with you.
I’m not asking you to marry me.’”The Chicago Tribune talked to Cronin and Megan Harrington, co-writer/producer of “The Dating Project” to find out why a film like this is necessary. Harrington: People aren’t as happy; people are more lonely and kind of just doing what they’re told romance is supposed to be and finding that it’s a little bit empty.