Social media is such a big part of who you are and how you interact with so many people. To not have social media as an intersection with your partner would mean you are separate from a considerable chunk of your partners life.
Social conversation shape everything from culture to the media cycle to your most intimate relationships. And you now spend more time than ever on your phone, with endless scrolling through your social feeds being a chief reason why.
After years spent constructing carefully curated online identities and accumulating online friends, people now want to be themselves and make real friends based on shared interests. They are craving privacy, safety, and a respite from the throngs of people on social platforms – throngs that include their parents.