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I have read in the past that it is pretty bad but would like to know how it has evolved. I realize there is a few threads that are similar to this one, however, they are all a few years older and seem outdated. I recently moved to Pittsburgh a few weeks ago for work (moved to Squirrel Hill area) I am in my early 20s. I have tried some online apps but most men came off as creepy.

I must admit it would be SO nice for a change of pace for someone to ask ME out after a decade of stress making others swoon via romanticizing them.

I'm sure there are many eligible 20-something bachelors in Squirrel Hill who would be very flattered and intrigued by a female courting them.

CMU in particular attracts a lot of single male students who are so enveloped in their vigorous studies they rarely have time to consider approaching eligible females. When it comes to other males I'm most attracted to a guy who knows what he wants out of life and who has an action plan assembled on how to achieve those desires.

If by "online app" you mean Tinder, then I can agree it can come off as creepy. Someone who comes off as wishy-washy, sheepish, and scatter-brained is someone I avoid like the plague. Hear me roar", then males will take notice and listen.

is a good sight for meeting people of similar interests. I think it makes for more successful first meet-ups and less wasted time overall.

And less lurking around in the bar or club scene which just seems like hell on earth to me.

The problem with online dating apps, as you've mentioned, is that the dudes really are creepy. My girlfriend (24) (who I (29) met on OKCupid) showed me some of the stuff she received from dudes out of the blue and it was pretty insane.

I'm not jealous of women on sites like that and the outright abuse they face. But wading through that, she ended up having a fairly successful tour of dating until she hit the jackpot when she met me.

I've noticed there's a lot of skittish people here in Pittsburgh who apparently have severe social anxiety.

If I'm at a doorstep making a delivery or stepping into an elevator the amount of people who can't make eye contact with me and/or immediately whip out their i Phone 6's instead of returning a pleasantry I initiated is staggering.

I have read in the past that it is pretty bad but would like to know how it has evolved. Why is that considered such a faux pas in this country?