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As Richard’s girlfriend Lara Hogan she convincingly portrayed the emotion of a character trapped in an impossible situation following unexpected tragedy and held her own with Jack Reynor onscreen.

A promising actress since first attending the Gaiety School of Acting at the age of seven, Ms Murphy appeared in RTE’s Stardust and The Clinic over the years before winning international critical acclaim with her role in ‘What Richard Did’.

In an interview with IFTN, Ms Murphy discussed her approach to acting, plans for the future, and advice to up and coming actresses hoping to follow in her footsteps.

Ms Murphy, Can you tell us a bit about how you got your big break in ‘What Richard Did’?

My agent sent me in for the audition for ‘What Richard Did’ the October before we started filming. At the time there was no script and I had no idea what the film was about or the character of Lara. We just had some scenes to prepare and it was like any other audition really. I didn’t hear anything after that for a few months until they called us in for a weekend of auditions and then we were cast. Over the next few months we were in and out for workshops and rehearsals right up until we started filming.

What did you find most challenging about taking on the role?

The most challenging thing about the role was probably the range of emotion throughout. Because the first half of the film was so different from the second part, there was a lot of growth in the characters. I think it can be very difficult to convincingly portray how much someone can change over a very short period of time and I really felt there was a lot of emphasis on that with Lara.

Did you receive formal training as an actress,
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I had been aware from a very early age that I wanted to be an actress so I had attended acting classes in the Gaiety School of Acting from the age of 7 to 15. It was a great place for me at the time. All the tutors in there were so well trained themselves and really treated us like young professionals and gave us all the tools we needed for starting out as actors. After I left school I felt I just wanted to jump into a career as soon as possible so I decided against further training at that stage.

What do you enjoy most about being an actress?

I think the best part about being an actress for me is being able to jump outside of yourself for a while. To really be able to explore different characters and the lives different people lead. I feel like with every role you learn something new not only about the character but also about yourself. It can sometimes be challenging to find something within yourself to identify with the character but when you do it can be really exciting.

Can you describe your typical working day?

A typical working day would start about 6am depending on how far away from the set I am. When I arrive I’d usually grab a quick breakfast and then get into my costume. After that I head over to the hair and make up truck. If you’re in the first scene of the day the morning can be quite busy and I’d be on the set early enough. From then it’s just working away. If you’re in every scene of the day I’d be on set the whole day otherwise there can be a lot of waiting around between scenes until you’re needed again. We usually finish up around 7pm.

What actors/actresses are you most influenced by?

I really like Leonardo DiCaprio. I think he’s probably one of the best actors around. He’s been working for so long now and always takes on something new. I’ve never seen him play the same role twice and that is definitely something to aspire to. I’m sure I’ve also been influenced by my mam and sister in some ways. They are both actresses and watching their bravery and intensity over the years has definitely been encouraging.

How do you make yourself stand out from the crowd in auditions?

I don’t think there is any sure fire way to make yourself stand out in any situation. I feel at the end of the day it comes down to the type of person who is casting their film. They have to feel like they would be comfortable working with you and that your personalities will click. I think the most important thing to do is try your best to perform as well as you can and to really do the character justice as you see her. At the end of the day we’re acting and you just have to act as well as you can in the audition room.

Is there anything you can reveal about your plans for the near future?

I’ve decided to take some time to study in the coming months. I’ve been accepted to the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute in New York this summer. So I really just want to immerse myself in the method of acting and learn as much about what Stanislavski and Strasberg really had to say about modern acting and its technique. It’s only for a few months so I’ll be able to get back working when I finish in September so it suits me really well.

What advice would you give to anyone wishing to become an actress?

I think you really have to be sure that acting is what you want to do with your life. It can be really hard at times, especially when you’re not working. It’s not the most stable career you could go for. But that being said, when you’re on stage or on set it can be such a great experience. I suppose you have to be ready for a lot of rejection and not to worry too much about it when it happens because it’s all part of it.

‘What Richard Did’ screened at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival in New York; won the Golden Tulip international award for Best Film at the Istanbul Film Festival; and won five IFTA awards in the categories of Best Film; Best Director; Best Film Script; Best Actor; and Best Editing Film/Drama.
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Action Team met Thursday, January 11 at Washington County Connections (WCC). Director Holly Thompson called the meeting to order and after introductions, gave her report.

She is still involved with the Healthy Snacks program in Akron and Otis Schools. The program has been going for three years. A Cooking Matters class for childcare providers and those who work with children will be held March 3 in Yuma. Thompson has been busy writing grants.

The Rural Resource Center in Yuma and WCC have job openings. In Yuma they need a bilingual specialist and in Akron, they need an assistant to answer the phones, etc. Tiffany Rogers has been doing that, but she has moved up because she is working with so many different programs. Dental screens will be held in Woodlin, Arickaree and Lone Star Schools in February. They have already been held in Akron and Otis at the schools.

Penny Stumpf from Northeast Colorado Health Department said the new director is Trish McClain.

Stumpf said, “We are still working with schools on healthy nutrition. The WIC program has really grown.”

She was asked if WIC could be held more than once a week in Akron, but said the funding comes from the commissioners and right now they can only fund someone to be in the office once a week. They are also working on oral health and will be holding clinics in Wiggins and will then move to Logan and Morgan Counties.

Director of Akron Head Start, Jen Mehring said they are fully enrolled and fully staffed, although they are looking for a bus driver. They have signed a contract with a registered nurse from Denver and can reach her at any time. They are also going to hold a Dad’s night for the fathers of the kids who attend Head Start.

Rene Gonzalez from Colorado Access said they have been limited to working with two regions, instead of three, and that means they will not be working in northeast Colorado after June 30. A new group, Northeast Partners, is supposed to be taking over in northeastern Colorado starting July 1. Thy have been working with people on Medicaid and those who can benefit from WIC. He said he hopes to get to know the personnel from the new group, so he can let everyone have their information before he has to stop serving in northeast Colorado.

Maria Foy from the Health Department said they are going to have a Communities That Care (CTC) training on January 26. The department is going to partner with Centennial on mental health. They sent out CTC surveys and are going to start compiling the information they received from the surveys and pick the top three problems that were mentioned on the surveys. They will focus on those three groups. Once they finish the report, they will share it with the communities involved.

Sarah Arntt from the Rural Resource Center said she is also working with the CTC program. She has also gone to trainings for a marijuana pilot program where they will host conversations with adults and children so they can start talking about marijuana and they can all give their thoughts on marijuana.

Jeff Appleman from Centennial Area Health Education Center said they are hosting two AmeriCorps workers. All the Sheriff’s Departments in the counties he works with have opened drop boxes for medicines and drugs, except for Washington County. He visited with Undersheriff Robbie Furrow later on Tuesday and they will be working on getting a drop box opened. When that is ready, the Sheriff’s Department will issue a press release. They are hoping to find programs that other AmeriCorps personnel can help with. They have housing available for both of them and one is now working.

Director of the Washington County Green Homes, Brenda Rhea, said they are full and still have a waiting list. They are holding a CNA class now. On February 1, they will host a Cooking Matters class in conjunction with WCC, who does the training. They have a new stone with the name of the facility on it and they will be getting a new flagpole and lights in the near future.

Tiffany Rogers of WCC went to the Akron preschool and read to the students. She also handed out a new book to each child and worked on a craft with them. They will be holding a Nurturing Fathers class soon. She is also working with Margo from Yuma Resource Center on having a health activity learning session. Mobile Pantry has been going very well and they are still holding their coat drive until the end of February, so if you have good used coats, you can take them to WCC and they will give them out.

Jamie Bacon said the Cooking Matters class to be held at the nursing home will run for six weeks. You can still receive utility assistance at WCC, but you need to apply for LEAP at the Department of Human Services first, before you go to WCC. The meetings will be held at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Otis. Their youth group will be providing child care. For more information, call WCC at (970) 345 2225. WCC has applied for a Tablesetters grant and if they receive the grant, some of the funds will be used to purchase school supplies in bulk for parents of school children.

Annie Kuntz, Clerk for the Commissioners, was in attendance, as Commissioner Lea Ann Laybourn was unable to attend. She gave Laybourn’s report, which was already in the paper. They are going to revise some of the fees at the landfill. Laybourn was appointed chairman of the commissioners at the reorganizational meeting held January 9. The commissioners have switched public comment time at their meetings, which are held on Tuesdays.

Superintendent of Otis Schools, Kendra Anderson, said, “I want to thank you for holding these meetings. It gives me information on who I can contact for the different problems we might have. To know what is going on, I encourage everyone to read the school board report that is always in the paper. At a meeting for superintendents from all over the state, we have sent up legislation to modernize the School Finance Act and we will be trying to get a bill into the legislature and get it passed. Otis now has 243 students, which is over 50 more than we had six years ago. A lot of the kids are at the poverty level. I am also still concerned about mental health care for our children.”

There was a question about the Healthy Child Clinic. WCC used to organize them, but now they will be held by the Health Department. WCC will oversee each clinic and they will continue to be held. They are going to talk to the commissioners to see if they can still use the clinic for the clinics. If not, they will check with the Foursquare Church.
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It had been eight years since Danny MacKillop had seen his mother. The 38 year old had spent the better part of those years living in stairwells and alleys in downtown Toronto a world away from the oceanside Cape Breton community where he was raised.

Danny is addicted to fentanyl and heroin and had shut himself off from his family. Homeless and struggling with an addiction, the man with striking good looks and a contagious smile, made his way by hustling.

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looks at me and asks me how much money I just took out of the machine, I get a little guarded but tell him the amount, Jason recounts in a Facebook post.

then asks me to count my money. He pulls the 40 dollars out of his pocket and tells me I left it in the machine. He could have easily just kept the money and I would have been none the wiser. People never cease to amaze me, he wrote.

He thought that was the end of it. But this is where the story gets really good.

A few days later, he gets a friend request from Danny asking Kirkwood to tag him in the Facebook post so that maybe his will see and know (he not such a bad guy. I add him on Facebook and it takes about a month for him to get back to me, and I tag him, says Kirkwood. all of sudden, emails, and posts and everything from his family and friends was overwhelming, exciting. It was fantastic, especially his friends. of course, Danny mom, Mary MacKillop also saw the post and immediately replied.

my God! Somebody knows where he’s at and then I just immediately called Jason and I was just so happy, Mary told CityNews from her Cape Breton home. I mean he’s alive and he’s well and he’s doing good things! used to call home regularly, but two years ago he stopped after he bailed on a rehab opportunity in Ottawa.

just said he had had enough of lying to me. Pretending that everything was okay and he was doing well, Mary recalls.

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just walked, we went to all the soup kitchens, Mary says. were nice to us, they let us sitin the back so we could watch people come in. It was cold so they opened up extra hostels and we checked there too. they didn have much luck. The two women marched up down the streets and parks near Queen and Sherbourne, armed with a dated picture and hope that was slowily waning.

They had given up for the day and were determined to start their search again in the morning.

just walking and all of a sudden this person says “I know you, you’re my mother.” I didn’t even see him, he saw me, Mary recalls.

I wouldn’t have recognized him anyway, he was so thin, lots of facial hair. He had a hoody on, and a big backpack and it took me a few minutes to recognize that it was him. He was just dirty, that’s all. this is where his chance for a new start and a cleaner life began. With the support of his mother, he not only physically cleaned up, but he is on his way to recovering a life he once had.

Mary got him on a bus to meet up with his close friend in Calgary who drove him to a Vancouver rehabilitation centre this weekend.

a three year program, Mary explains. could be done earlier, but there the option to stay for three years. hope is once he completed the program, he return to Nova Scotia to be with his family. 67 years old and this was before I went to my death bed, I needed to known where my sons are. Kirkwood isn family, he hopes the best for Danny.

him to even give me back the money, it totally unexpected, he could have used it more than me. I very proud of what he has done. I rooting for Danny. I hope he makes it.
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Now a police officer, Jon was deployed twice to Iraq and Guantanamo Bay. He had some bad luck with dentists overseas and never went back.

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The Pottery of Acoma Pueblo, fourth in a series of books about Pueblo ceramics by Dwight P. Lanmon and Francis H. Harlow, is a remarkable record in text, photographs, and diagrams. There is such range and depth in the discussions of materials, paints and slips, pottery forms, and decorative motifs. Consider, for example, the title of Chapter 14 (and this is no more detailed than other chapter titles): “Acoma Pottery with Red Patterns on the Underbody and/or Interior and with Interior Droplets, circa 1850 1920.”

“I don’t think anyone else has ever noticed those red swashes on the inside and tried to come up with any sort of overall picture of what they are,” Lanmon said from his Phoenix home. “Since the book came out, a couple of Acoma potters have said those were signatures of the potter.”

Actual signatures on pots didn’t start until the 1950s, under pressure from dealers. A change in the potters’ cultural milieu that had more of an impact on pottery design and production was the opening of the Santa Fe Trail in 1821.

Jars and bowls dominate the pottery at Acoma, which is popularly known as Sky City because of its location atop a high mesa. The people have produced few animal figures, compared to the output of Zuni Pueblo, for example. “In the older days I think what they wanted and needed at Acoma was jars and bowls,” said Harlow, a longtime resident of Los Alamos. “That was for practical purposes and for sacred ceremonial purposes.”

Although the new book focuses on Acoma pottery from 1300 to 1930, Harlow’s own investigations have been limited to the period from about 1600 to 1900. “I’ve been very interested in trying to understand the nature of their skills as painters. We don’t know what all the symbols meant, but [design is] very important to them. They are major artists, like this business of the rotational symmetry [designs] they’ve done in ways that are extremely complex. No other pueblo has been able to do them that way.”

Harlow is a puzzle solver. It’s obvious in his statements about his work: “Most of what’s been written is about the prehistoric wares coming up to the 1500s. Then it becomes very complicated because there are mixtures of people working with each other and going to each other’s pueblos. “It’s all been fabulous,” he said. “This is one of those things in my life where I could get in on the ground floor and have all the interactions with the Indians and museum personnel trying to put this together, although as [one time Laboratory of Anthropology director] Stewart Peckham used to tell me, ‘Don’t touch this thing. This is so complicated, you’ll never be able to solve these problems.’ I think I’ve made progress.”

A taste of that complexity can be glimpsed in one of the book’s appendices. In their Acoma book, they present more than 800 pottery examples. There is also a chapter titled “Acoma Photograph Album,” which shows 31 photographs of Acoma people taken in the late 19th and early 20th century.

Lanmon said that according to the Acomas’ oral tradition, they came from the Four Corners area, so they look back at Mesa Verde and Chaco Canyon pottery as being ancestral. Do any of the decorative motifs on Acoma pottery hark back to Mesa Verde or Chaco? “There is one that we call Tularosa, a style of ancient pottery of the 1200s and probably ancestral to Acoma, but probably not directly ancestral in design. Basic to Acoma pottery is ground up potsherds as temper, and they not only ground up mistakes but when going out on the plains to collect cow dung for firing, they also found fragments of ancient pots, and one of those designs was called a Tularosa.

“We illustrate a Tularosa black on white jar in the book, and it was reintroduced probably in the 1910s or 1920s. So there is a direct contact, but it’s more than likely 700 years apart. Also, there are two ancient black on white pots that were collected by the Smithsonian at Acoma in the 1880s, so the people had ancient pots sitting around.”

Regarding Spanish influences on Acoma pottery, Harlow said there was probably some transference of ideas around 1700,
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“but on the other hand, I think it’s not tremendous. I think the Indians were very conservative. They really were not happy about Spanish people coming into the area, and they were working hard to keep their own traditions alive. They had their own religions, and they had to make sure some of their pottery was really dedicated to those who could carry messages to the gods in the skies.” The book states that the potters traditionally “believed the vessels to be sacred and blessed, a gift of Mother Earth.” The precise symbolism of many of the pottery designs remains secret.

“That’s right,” Lanmon said. “We submitted the manuscript to the tribe before it went to press, because we’re not going to get into any of that ritual stuff, to expose any of the ceremonial uses of pottery. We’re really focusing on useful, functional pottery. Cooperation was the key for us with the tribe and neither Frank nor I take any monetary return from these books. Lanmon said that some are handcrafting pots but with commercial clays and pigments, or else they are working with greenwares: preformed, mass produced, slip cast pottery. They sell the latter goods honestly as “ceramics,” while the handmade work is marketed as “pottery.”

“Still,” he said, “it is a bit of a slippery slope down toward mass production. Many are traditional, still going out to collect their own clay and pigments and forming the pots by hand, and they’re very concerned that their children and grandchildren would rather be flipping hamburgers at McDonald’s for a wage.”

Nevertheless, the new book is a great source of pride for the potters of Acoma. After its publication on May 1, Lanmon received an email from one of them saying that a new group is meeting to learn traditional pottery. “My mission may be coming true,” Lanmon said. “Their ancestors will take the young people to the clay pits. It is keeping a 700 year tradition alive.”

If you visit Acoma to attend a public dance ceremony and you buy a pot from one of the people who sell vessels in front of their homes, will it be the “real thing”? Maybe or maybe not, Lanmon said. “Some potters do all three: traditional clays and forming; handmade but with commercial clays and pigments; or the slip cast. But all of the major potters are doing traditional process, for the higher prices they can get.

“The only thing that is rarely done now is firing outdoors. In part it’s because of the style of pottery that’s done now: very elaborate and finely detailed, so it’s fired using kilns. If you get a smoke cloud on the side of a pot, most collectors will say it’s defective, but what that really shows is that it was made in the traditional way from beginning to end.

“They say it’s smelly and smoky and hard on you, and finding enough cow dung these days is almost impossible. Lanmon and Francis H. Harlow identify 941 Acoma potters from the mid 1800s to today. In cases of renowned potters, such as Mary Histia and Pablita Pino, the entries offer details about their work, and all entries provide family affiliations.

After the book’s publication, Lanmon received an email from an Acoma potter. She wrote, “I was going through the pages and started questioning my dad about his parents. I was so excited to find out that my grandmother on my dad’s side is Marie Paytiamo Vallo. Then I saw a beautiful pottery made by her in the book, and it is at SAR. Now, I really want to go and see it. I remember seeing a huge bread pottery at her house when I was a little girl. My dad told me she made really huge ollas for storing bread. I will continue questioning him with more pictures and names.”

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Women who say they were sexually harassed or mistreated by powerful men in television news have banded together to form a support network aimed at changing a newsroom culture they say has given men a free pass to misbehave for decades.

The women behind the Press Forward initiative tell The Associated Press they want a zero tolerance policy for sexual misconduct at networks, better awareness of legal rights for women coming into the industry and better accountability for executives to ensure safety and improvements.

“Women should not have to go to work and worry that something like this is going to happen to them,” said Eleanor McManus, who said she was a 21 year old job seeker when then ABC News political reporter Mark Halperin tried to kiss her during a meeting in his office. “Women should not worry that mentors may act in an aggressive manner toward them. That’s not fair.”

Press Forward evolved over the last two months after McManus and other women went public with allegations against Halperin, CBS and PBS host Charlie Rose and NBC’s “Today” show host Matt Lauer, and others.

Halperin has said that he is “profoundly sorry for the pain and anguish” he has caused and, in reading the women’s accounts, recognized “conduct for which I feel profound guilt and responsibility.” Rose and Lauer have also offered apologies, while saying some the allegations are untrue. All have been fired.

This was the second wave of an industry wide reckoning that began at Fox News with the removal last year of Fox News chief Roger Ailes and the dismissal in April of the network’s star host Bill O’Reilly. But the most recent revelations came as many Hollywood and other media executives have faced allegations, and more network women have come forward.

At first, McManus and a small group shared stories and hugs over drinks. They kept in touch via text messages and private Facebook groups, including one called “The Silver Lining.” Now they have reached out to other women with shared experiences to build a growing coalition.

“Nobody here is wallowing in their pain and anger,” said Dianna Goldberg May, a former ABC News researcher who said Halperin demanded she close the door and sit on his lap in his office in the mid 1990s when she was 23. “We are doing something to effect positive change in the workplace.”

The group’s first mission: figuring out what’s needed to make the television news business more equitable and effective. The women say they’ll spend the next six months talking with everyone from interns to executives and designing best practices that tear down the status quo.

After Lauer’s firing, NBC initiated a review of its handling of the matter and implemented in person training on sexual harassment awareness and appropriate behaviour in the workplace.

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McManus wants newsrooms to evolve so women at all levels are not afraid to report wrongdoing by a top anchor or producer.

“We stayed silent because we thought we were the only ones,” said McManus. “We didn’t think that this happened to others, and that’s why we stayed silent so long. The cult of silence is finally broken.”

Emily Miller tweeted that Halperin sexually assaulted her while she was a researcher at ABC News. Lara Setrakian was 24 when she says Halperin kissed and touched her while they talked politics in his office.

They said they learned later that some people at the network had been aware of Halperin’s behaviour, but that it didn’t stop. Setrakian said Halperin’s treatment of young women was considered an “open secret” in some circles.

“There’s clearly a problem here,” said Setrakian, now the chief executive of the digital media outlet News Deeply. “They should be launching rigorous investigations on how to fix the problem.”

Changing the culture of television news so that men and women are on equal footing with the same opportunities for advancement is vital to ensuring its future, Setrakian said. That means not only eliminating the sexual misconduct that has caused scores of women to leave the industry, she said, but getting rid of double standards that judge women on their appearance.

“The current culture is muddling the meritocracy,” Setrakian said. “It’s pushing talented people out. It’s allowing toxic behaviour to affect the performance and contribution of certain colleagues. That’s bad for business.”

Marcy McGinnis, who worked her way from secretary to senior vice president at CBS News, said as much as women should be told what resources are available to them if there is an incident, men need to know how to act in the workplace.

“Then we wouldn’t have to train women how to deal with it,” said McGinnis, who now works at the Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science at Stony Brook University.
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When it comes to having sex with a potential love interest, many singles wonder: How do I measure up in the bedroom?

Being good at sex isn’t as complicated as people often think, according to the annual Singles in America survey, funded by Dallas based dating service Match and conducted by Research Now.

Eighty three percent of singles, regardless of sexual orientation, ranked a caring and enthusiastic partner as the top two indicators of good sex. Other ingredients that lead to good sex are communication, a good kisser, and someone who helps them achieve orgasm, according to the survey.

have focused too much on sexual novelty, but you should never abandon the basics,” says Helen Fisher a biological anthropologist and chief scientific adviser to Match, who helped develop the representative survey of more than 5,000 singles. “Anyone can learn that good sex is attainable. study found that singles also have definite turn offs, including too much talking, no passion, little movement, bad kissing and ultimately not saying “I love you.”

And when it comes to bad sex, women aren’t willing to wait for things to get better, according to the study. The survey found that while the majority of singles believe sex improves after a few sexual encounters with someone, women are 70% less tolerant of bad sex than men.

Emily deAyala, an AASECT Certified Sex Therapist at REVIVE Therapy Healing, said that’s good news for women on multiple levels.

“I think we are finally entering into a new era when women feel sexually empowered,” she said.

“They no longer rely on men to take care of them financially, and I think in general not just in the bedroom, they are less likely to stick around for bad sex or a bad relationship, because they don have to.”

And when it comes to the best age for good sex, knocking boots only gets better as you age, according to the survey.

The survey found that the best age for sex in women is 66, and men is 64. A common misconception is that younger people are having better sex, deAyala said.

She notes that some research shows people over 50 and 60 report higher levels of sexual satisfaction than others.

“Feeling comfortable with your body is a part of it, but older individuals also are more likely to speak up about what they like and dislike, which is a skill that is crucial for great sex,” deAyala said.

She added: “The older we get, usually the more comfortable we are in our own skin, and know who we are and what we like. When you’re younger, you are still figuring it out.”

Are we hanging out or dating? The survey found that many singles find their dates online, with only 14% meeting through friends and 6% at the bar. While people are finding potential love interests online, dating doesn’t look quite like it used to, the survey suggests.

Forty percent of singles report casually dating, or hanging out with a few people. Fifty five percent of singles report having a “friends with benefits” situation, where they can have sex with someone who will keep their tryst private. But while things may be more casual than before, 69% of singles reported that they’re looking for a serious relationship.

Although the majority of singles are ready for something serious, the survey found that only 44% reported going on a first date in the past year. While it may seem like the first date is dead, Fisher said people aren’t going on as many first dates because they’re “hanging out” or in “friends with benefits” situations long before there’s a first date.

She notes that before online dating, a first date was often the first time two people met. It served as a sort of “looksy,” or a chance to feel someone out.

“The first date has more meaning than it did, so people are treading more carefully because it many times means the beginning of true courtship,” Fisher said.

Other findings from the survey: Robogasms: Thirty one percent of single men said they would have sex with a robot, while only 15% of women said they were open to robo sex. Nearly half of singles consider sex with a robot as cheating.

Political party affiliations aren’t as big of a deal: Tensions have cooled following the 2016 election, and the majority of singles (72% of men and 71% of women) are open to dating people of different political parties. Only 10% of singles said being a Republican was a deal breaker and only 5% said being a Democrat was a no go.
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