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Queer people navigate dating in the digital age By Zara Roy @DailyLobo

With online dating more popular than ever, the queer population has been particularly piqued in interest by the allure of meeting digital strangers. In 2020, 55% of lesbian, gay and bisexual people surveyed reported using dating apps at some point in time: about twice the rate of straight populations, according to a study from the Pew Research Center. Still, many members of the LGBTQ+ community on dating apps struggle to make meaningful connections online. One of the primary issues is the sheer difficulty in moving past small talk, according to Amethyst Gallegos, a student at the University of New Mexico. Though Gallegos has met some people over dating apps, they do not consider digital dating a substitute for in-person connections and overall find the experience of online dating to be shallow. They find the experience of dating apps to be less effective when the conversations are kept online. “They are good for meeting people because you’re literally being connected with strangers, and most of the time it’s in the area that’s you’re in … so I have had really good conversations with some people, but I think it’s not very effective for creating long-term relationships or longterm friendships or long-term

anything really,” Gallegos said. Building queer relationships with people socialized as women can be a challenge because of the social expectation that women should not make the first move when building romantic relationships, according to Blakely Hautzinger, another UNM student. When they first started online dating, they were still making romantic connections with men, but now that they exclusively date women, they have noticed a striking difference in the two dating scenes. “Especially with heterosexual dating, you are thrown into the ‘guy asks the girl out,’ right? And that very much is a pattern that’s really easy to fall into, especially if you grew up in a more conservative area ... But now that I’m figuring out my own gender and my sexuality, and I’m dating women because that’s what I’m interested in and I’m nonbinary, I’m like, ‘Oh wait.’ I have to put in the introductory effort, and I don’t know how to do that,” Hautzinger said. Gallegos also expressed difficulties in moving past feminine niceties and communication expectations onto romantic affairs. “In my experience with women, it’s always hard to go past the small talk because a lot of my friends who are women, the way that we communicate in real life is like, ‘you’re so beautiful,’ you’re so gorgeous,’ ‘I love you,’ this, that and the other … So talking to a stranger and

small talk online, it’s like, maybe they’ll give me a compliment or I’ll give them a compliment, but it doesn’t feel genuine because that’s how we talk anyways,” Gallegos said. Even with all of the difficulties associated with online dating, one thing was agreed upon by Hautzinger and Gallegos: it’s fun. The same study from the Pew Research Center found that lesbian, gay and bisexual people were more likely to consider dating apps to be a safe environment for meeting people compared to straight people, even for those who have received harassment on dating apps. Gallegos and Hautzinger both agreed that it is nice to be able to encounter a space where they can openly meet other queer people, even if the connections made are not very strong. For Hautzinger, it is comforting to build friendships with people who share in their queer identity and better understand it. “As much as I feel like it’s so hard for me to create relationships with people that I meet online … I know my circle of queer people and that’s about it, but I have been able to meet a lot of queer people online, which is kind of cool because I don’t really have any other opportunity to do that other than online dating, and it also is refreshing,” Gallegos said. Zara Roy is the copy chief at the Daily Lobo. She can be reached at copychief@dailylobo.com

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SHAC celebrates Sexual Health Awareness Month

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With students returning to campus for in-person classes, it is important to make sure they have a full understanding of the importance of sexual health, according to Benjamin Furguson, a health educator for SHAC. “Sexual Health Awareness Month was always (and) has always been there, but we felt like it was really important as students come back to being on campus to help understand the importance of maintaining or having the resources to maintain their sexual health, so they are staying safe as they start their semester,” Furguson said. SHAC offers free STI testing for all students, regardless of health insurance coverage, with

@maddogpukite This September, Student Health and Counseling at the University of New Mexico is doing their part in highlighting Sexual Health Awareness Month in an effort to encourage safe sex in the UNM community. One in four college students have a sexually transmited infection, according to the Health News Hub. Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, gonorrhea and syphilis cases have gone up by 10% and 7% respectively since 2019, according to the Center for Disease Control.

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gonorrhea & chlamydia tests being offered every Tuesday by appointment and HIV testing offered every other Wednesday as part of SHAC’s biweekly “Hump Day Wednesday” program, which also provides free condoms and birth control to UNM students. This type of access and education is important for university students who may not have had that comprehensive sexual education during high school, according to Furguson. “That’s what we pride ourselves on, is making sure that students are educated on those things. And that this is what can happen if you have unprotected sex. We’re there to help fill in the gaps as far as those

educational opportunities that they got in high school or whatever it might be,” Furguson said. SHAC offers condoms at 29 different locations across campus, with emergency contraception available for purchase for $25 by any student at the pharmacy, located on the lower level of the building. “We try to keep it in really centralized areas where a lot of students may congregate. That’s part of our ‘Barrier Necessities’ program. It’s a lot of fun to be able to interact with students in that way, as far as providing educational materials (and) providing safe barrier methods,” Furguson said. This month is an important

reminder of safe sexual health practices for any student regardless of sexual orientation, according to Furguson. “Any time there’s any skin contact, when you’re mixing fluids from one person to another, there’s always going to be a risk of getting an STI. We really want to inform, no matter how you identify, that there are still risks that are involved when you are having sex with another person,” Furguson said. Maddie Pukite is the managing editor at the Daily Lobo. They can be contacted at managingeditor@ dailylobo.com or on Twitter @ maddogpukite


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REVIEW: “Bridgerton” Season Two triumphs in enemies-to-lovers perfection By Annya Loya @annyaloya This review contains spoilers for “Bridgerton” Season Two On March 22, Netflix released the second season of hit show “Bridgerton,” bringing back the steamy series for a new wave of romance even stronger, better and spicier than the first. Based on Julia Quinn’s bestselling historical romances set in an alternate version of Regency era England, the second season of “Bridgerton” not only brought a stirring romance to the screen but also set the stage for even more still to come. The first season delivered a sheet-gripping story, and after living through Daphne Bridgerton and the Duke’s fake relationship, I couldn’t wait for what showrunner Chris Van Dusen had in store for eldest sibling Anthony Bridgerton in Season Two. As far as plot goes, the second season follows Anthony (Jonathan Bailey) as he finally decides to step up and find a suitable wife after spending the first season denying his marital duties as head of the family. Enter the Sharma sisters, Kate and Edwina. Edwina (Charithra Chandran) is sweet, kind, smart and fits exactly what Anthony describes as a decent match — but Edwina does not

come without a challenge in sister Kate (Simone Ashley), who Anthony soon finds himself falling for. Audiences might relate the Sharma sisters to the sisters of “10 Things I Hate About You:” a sweet, naive youngest sibling who wants only the most romantic of matches, and their angry, protective older sibling who will emotionally destroy anyone who tries to get close to them. It’s a romance trope for the ages. Despite obsessing on having the “diamond of the season” Edwina as wife, Anthony cannot keep away from the aggravating older Sharma sister. In every scene they have together, the tension is so thick the audience could cut it with a knife, in part aided by Bailey and Ashley’s astounding chemistry with one another. While this season does not contain as many sexually intimate scenes as the first, Van Dusen did not need them to have audiences fanning our faces every time Kate and Anthony were together on screen. If enemies-to-lovers is your favorite trope, Kate and Anthony’s story is the one for you. The tension, the denial, the passion: it’s all just too good. On the other side of the story, Eloise Bridgerton (Claudia Jessie) is still trying to unmask the enigmatic gossip peddler Lady Whistledown, not knowing she’s actually her best friend, Penelope Featherington

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(Nicola Coughlan). Lady Whistledown continues exposing the elites and provoking the Queen after disappearing for ten months. Now she’s back with more gossip than ever but also more vulnerable than ever before. Battling between her two different personalities, Penelope has to make the difficult choice of protecting her identity or those she loves. Despite her actions as Lady Whistledown, I cannot hate or even dislike Penelope. While she has had an active presence as Lady

Whistledown, it definitely felt like her differing personalities started to merge this season: in Season One, you could have never guessed it was the same person, but I believe Lady Whistledown has given Penelope the confidence to act out that fierce personality on her original self. I support women’s rights, but mostly, I support women’s wrongs. Lady Whisteldown is the original Gossip Girl and she will not be silenced, let alone by the Bridgerton siblings.

Overall, “Bridgerton” Season Two has surpassed the quality of its first season and I can’t wait to see what’s next for Season Three. Next, the Bridgerton family story will continue, following Colin Bridgerton and Penelope’s relationship as their friendship hopefully turns into something more. Annya Loya is the news editor at the Daily Lobo. She can be contacted at news@dailylobo.com or on Twitter @annyaloya

REVIEW: ‘How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days’ presents classic rom-com fare with skill By Sierra Martinez @DailyLobo This review contains spoilers As any true romantic comedy lover knows, the key components to a classic early 2000s rom-com are simple and hardly ever disappoint. The setting must, of course, be New York City, one of the romantic leads must (obviously) be a journalist and there absolutely has to be a scene where one romantic lead chases the other down (preferably via cab or motorcycle) to tell them they love them before they make a life-altering decision. Luckily, “How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days,” starring Kate Hudson and Matthew McConaughey, has all of this and more, with the 2003 film

using the enemies-to-lovers trope as we watch Hudson and McConaughey enter a whirlwind 10-day relationship, both with something to gain. As the resident “How-to Girl” of the fictional women’s magazine “Composure,” Hudson’s character Andie Anderson must write a snappy article entitled “How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days” where she uses what she considers to be “classic dating mistakes that women make” to drive away a man in ten days. McConaughey’s Benjamin Barry, on the other hand, makes a bet with his coworkers that if he can make a woman fall in love with him in ten days, he can take the big account at work. Knowing the subject of her article, his coworkers choose Andie, setting the would-be lovers at odds. Although the story itself holds its

own in the rom-com hall of fame, the casting of Hudson and McConaughey is the cherry on top. The pair, both well-seasoned in the genre, bring chemistry, relatability and their own personal styles to the film. Hudson plays the perfect sharp and ambitious girl’s girl, while McConaughey adds a swoon-worthy touch of ruggedness and charisma to every scene. After watching the film in its entirety, it’s difficult to imagine a better duo. Throughout the film we see the push and pull of Benjamin and Andie’s motivations, from Andie’s purposefully insufferable behavior to Benjamin’s seemingly endless amount of patience. The comedic back-and-forth between the two characters comes to a head when they decide to visit Benjamin’s family in Long Island.

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In the new setting, surrounded by Benjamin’s family, the two drop their acts and finally get to know and fall in love with one another. Though, in the true romantic comedy fashion, this newfound love is disrupted by well-meaning friends and a total lack of communication. Fortunately, by the end, the audience gets its happily ever after, of course preceded by a taxi-motorcycle chase through traffic. This film, like most of its kind, is imperfect in many ways, however, this does not detract from its feelgood nature, its nostalgic charm, nor its absolutely fabulous costuming (we’re looking at you, Andie’s backless yellow dress). That being said, “How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days” still transports a willing audience into a serendipitous fairy tale that depicts the glamorous

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lifestyle of two young career people in the big city who meet, fall in love and presumably live happily ever after. While this form of storytelling may seem mindless and overdone to some, romantic comedy lovers know that just about every other genre made for adults is severely lacking in the warmth, silliness, and impossibly perfect love that exists within romantic comedies. Whether you’re nineteen years late to the game like myself or a diehard fan since its release in 2003 this is your sign to curl up on the couch, forget about your real-life worries and watch “How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days.” Sierra Martinez is a freelance reporter at the Daily Lobo. She can be contacted at culture@dailylobo.com

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Tips for maintaining healthy communication in arguments

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By Sierra Martinez @DailyLobo Throughout the course of any relationship, you may find yourself in a situation where you and your partner get into an argument. While some might see a lack of arguing as a sign of a healthy and successful relationship, this is not necessarily the case. Rather, arguments should be seen as opportunities for change, according to Heidi Ricci, an instructor at the University of New Mexico and professional mediator of thirteen years.

“When we go in, we’re mad at each other, we’re arguing. And usually, that’s the top layer. Then there’s the sublayer — what’s actually going on are the emotions, so we can start to recognize that. ‘I’m feeling anxious. I don’t like this, but something needs to change. We need to figure out what that is.’ And this is how we have to sit down to have a conversation,” Ricci said. People learn how to argue and develop our own argument styles based on the arguments that occurred around us in early life. This means that everybody is used to arguing in a way that

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feels familiar, but our own argument styles may not be in line with those of our partners, according to Ricci. Mutual respect of each other’s needs during an argument is crucial, as is explicitly communicating those needs. Typically, we learn to argue from a place that is defensive and therefore reactive rather than responsive. To Ricci, this is one of the common pitfalls many people experience while having an argument. “How to deal with (arguments) is active listening. So, active listening means I’m listening and responding. I’m giving good eye

contact, I have more of an open posture,” Ricci said. Ricci’s years as a mediator have taught her that validating feelings goes a long way, even if the two partners are not in total agreement. Ricci said that rather than using the statement “I understand,” it is instead important to listen and validate the grievances and feelings of the partner, even asking them to elaborate on those feelings. Áine McCarthy, interim director at the UNM Women’s Resource Center, and Michelle Dugan, a campus advocate at the WRC, both agreed that arguments should not be about winning or losing. “The goal is not for you to win the argument. The goal is to come to a supportive agreement, and that really changes how you approach these types of things,” Dugan said. “One of the really toxic things that can happen is people will argue to score points, and so they’ll say the most hurtful things, or they’ll repeat their stance without listening to the other person’s stance, or they’ll draw up every fight that’s ever happened in the relationship. That kind of arguing is really toxic because it’s not working toward resolving the current disagreement.” Dugan also pointed to the idea that one person shouldn’t be constantly compromising to keep the peace — instead, there should be room on both ends for healthy compromise. Another vital thing to con-

sider is how you feel during an argument. While arguments are often tense and uncomfortable for most people, they should not force you to question yourself or your entire relationship each time they occur, according to McCarthy. “It’s great if you can fight without making the other person wrong or insulting them, like your entire relationship doesn’t get called into question every fight, or your self-worth doesn’t get drawn into it, or you don’t feel insulted,” McCarthy said. While arguments are natural and normal, McCarthy emphasized the importance of giving and taking space to process emotions. She also noted that certain issues should not be part of frequent arguments. These include core values, things and people that are important to you, and boundary violations. According to McCarthy, finding the way to healthily communicate during disagreements is key to any relationship. “You can just talk about the issue at hand without fighting dirty, if you will. In healthy relationships, conflict is part of a normal day, and it doesn’t even have to be a bad day,” McCarthy said. Sierra Martinez is a freelance reporter at the Daily Lobo. She can be contacted at culture@dailylobo.com


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Time for some tough love: from misunderstandingsto messy breakups, everybody needs a lended ear and helping hand sometimes when dealing with relationships. Editors from the Daily Lobo have come together to answer your most burning questions. My boyfriend continuously cancels date nights because his friends always need him, for some reason or another; do you think he’s dodging me, or is it just coincidence? I do think it is incredibly important to balance friendships with your love life: you should definitely consider the surrounding context. For example, if he has a friend who is going through some kind of difficult situation, it is more than reasonable that he should lend a hand and offer emotional support to them. Even so, I think it is rightful for you to feel this way if he is consistently canceling dates, especially if this behavior has persisted for a while. Test the waters by asking him out on smaller dates: meet up

between classes or go on a spur of the moment coffee date. This will eliminate the possibility of emergencies popping up between making the plan and the actual date. Of course, it is also vital to have a conversation about it if you feel hurt by what seems like constant avoidance — express to him that quality time is important and you want him to make an effort to reschedule instead of cancel if he truly cannot make it. My girlfriend wants to enter an open relationship, and I’m not sure how I feel about it. What should I do? While it is great that your girlfriend knows what she wants out of your situation, it is completely normal to not know what you want when faced with a decision like this. Knowing what you want out of any relationship is a wonderful thing, but it can also be challenging to understand those wants near the beginning. Every open relationship is different. This is due to previously set boundaries, individual comfort levels, and other wants and needs couples have communicated with each other going into things. I would suggest getting a clear un-

still hung up on them. What are some tips you have for moving on? Before anything else, I think it’s important to remember that you’re entitled to your feelings, and only you know how much that relationship meant to you. It doesn’t matter if it ended six months ago — if you still have feelings for them, that’s completely valid. As for moving on, while this may sound cliché, time can often be what’s needed to heal from past relationships. Our feelings don’t end from one day to the next, and asking that of ourselves can lead to unhealthy expectations. We often need time to process everything that happened and accept that ending things, for better or worse, led to a big change in our lives. This person used to be one of the most important people in your life — a breakup doesn’t erase that. If you need time to adjust — six months or even more — that’s completely normal. Another thing to do is find a change of pace. A new hobby, going out more (or even less): basically any change of routine can help you deal with these feelings. When you were that person, you used to live your life a certain way

derstanding of the boundaries you already have with your girlfriend and trying to envision applying them to an open relationship. Are there new boundaries that you would like to set if you two were to enter an open relationship? Or can you not envision it at all? You cannot change your girlfriend’s mind about wanting an open relationship. As harsh as it may sound, your situation would most likely have to end if you decided you did not want the same things out of your relationship, and that’s alright — sometimes, an end can be for the best. If you decide you want a relationship like that, keeping healthy communication moving forward would be a good first step. Open relationships require open dialogue. What are the ground rules you two would like to set? Make sure you communicate regularly with each other about how one another feels. I wish you all the luck in this journey of understanding what you want. Once you know, be proud that you were able to come to a conclusion. My partner and I broke up about six months ago, and I’m

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MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 2022 / PAGE 7 to them that, while you value the relationship, you really need to see them put in an effort to not call you that name anymore since it is ultimately your choice regarding how you are addressed by those closest to you. If they make the issue about themselves and how they see it as an endearing term that you should appreciate, take it as a red flag and examine what their behavior says about the future of your relationship. While it may seem like a silly pet name to some, if it is a big deal to you, it is completely valid to be upset by it. You deserve to be in a relationship where you feel comfortable with how you are being addressed. Hopefully, this advice has given you the tools you need to fan the flame of love in your life so that you may avoid sobbing alone

in your room while listening to Taylor Swift. Zara Roy is the copy chief at the Daily Lobo. She can be reached at copychief@dailylobo.com or on Twitter @DailyLobo Katrina Estrada is the multimedia editor for the Daily Lobo. She can be contacted at multimedia@ dailylobo.com or on Twitter @Katrina_est4 Annya Loya is the news editor at the Daily Lobo. She can be contacted at news@dailylobo.com or on Twitter @annyaloya Maddie Pukite is the managing editor at the Daily Lobo. They can be contacted at managingeditor@ dailylobo.com or on Twitter @ maddogpukite

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Love letters show change in philosophy through the decades By Elizabeth Secor @esecor2003 Over the decades, love letters and poetry have changed and shaped as society evolved, and our ideas on romance and sexuality have shifted as well. However, at their core, they remain about what they have always been about: love. In today’s world, traditional styles of showing love, such as letters or poems, have become less relevant. However, Kathryn Wichelns, an associate professor of English at the University of New Mexico, still believes that poetry and love letters are important for their ability to showcase previously taboo forms of love as well as their unique ability to express certain emotions. “Humans have always needed to express romantic or sexual desires that aren’t considered valid in their societies. Queer love letters and poetry throughout history are just one example of that. Poetic writing gives us unique ways of expressing both passion and the

sense of alienation that can come along with it,” Wichelns wrote to the Daily Lobo. “That’s one reason why so many of the love letters or poems we now see as great were produced by people writing from comparatively marginal positions romantically, as that was defined in their time and place.” Within this train of thought, Wichelns also pointed out how societal shifts affect how the love writings of old are viewed nowadays. “There are important things that we lose as well as gain as cultures change. But sometimes what we categorize as ‘love poetry’ from earlier periods really isn’t sexy today,” Wichelns wrote. “I think we read Andrew Marvell’s 1681 ‘To His Coy Mistress’ differently in an era that sees mutually enthusiastic consent as a basic necessity for romance, for example.” “To His Coy Mistress” is a poem where the speaker uses time as a coercion technique to convince his mistress to lay with him immediately, an aspect of the poem that could be seen as problematic in a

society that strives for consent in all aspects of a relationship. This isn’t the only way Wichelns finds writings on love to have changed over the years. Those who are addressed by authors in their love writings have also changed over time. “I think in earlier periods, we sometimes made more space for nonnormative and/or nonromantic forms of love. People participating in various oral and written poetic traditions have expressed forms of nonromantic attachment that don’t fit into our narrow contemporary sense of which relationships deserve love poems: the love we feel for close friends, our children, our families, our ancestors, our ideas of the divine, our nonhuman companions and so on,” Wichelns wrote. The ways we understand ideas like race, gender and sexuality in our relationships with ourselves and each other shape our views on what we define as love. Even our understanding of medium and genre can shape how we view writings on love, according to Wichelns.

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A person writes a love letter to their partner.

“Can graffiti on a bus seat be a letter? Can a tweet be a love poem? Can rap lyrics be a sonnet — or can they just be truly great poetry while bearing absolutely no resemblance to Shakespeare?” Wichelns wrote. “Do writers who don’t look, act, live, love, think or produce the way we do evoke desire, longing, vulnerability, fear, joy — all that complex brew involved in a love letter or poem — in ways that punch us in the gut and give us chills? The answer to all of those questions is yes.” No matter who a love writing is dedicated to or the form it takes, Wichelns thinks there is one aspect that winds through all writings on

the subject. “I think the most important thing to hold onto for any intimate communication is that it should be an expression of a shared truth. The form that takes depends on the relationship,” Wichelns wrote. “You actually can’t and shouldn’t recycle most of the time, but you … need to find a shape that the person recognizes. It should feel simultaneously new and familiar, made just for them.” Elizabeth Secor is a beat reporter for the Daily Lobo. She can be contacted at culture@dailylobo.com or on Twitter @esecor2003

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