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Are the chances of relationship survival really the same, legs open or closed?And most of the time, sex doesn’t lead to a relationship — it leads to heartache, confusion and another one-night stand with the next person. There’s little gratitude for honest and happy emotions. Responding right away comes across as desperate and too available.It’s amazing how millennials view the luxury of having instant access to communication as something we need to treat as if we’re still using carrier pigeons. Social media and thousands of dating profiles shoved in our faces leads us to believe we’re entitled a fairy tale life that doesn’t truly exist.These days, things are endlessly more complicated and frustrating, and dating as a millennial is seriously f*cked up. If we’re no longer interested in someone, we don’t need to tell them — we simply stop responding.If someone did this to us in real life, it would be completely psychotic, but because it’s over text or an instant message, we’ve somehow resigned ourselves to thinking it’s OK. Even in the golden ages, the “Dear John” letter was left on the table in the foyer, but now, we’re lucky if you even get a typed string of characters saying “I’m sorry, it’s not working.” We’re hyper-focused on sex.