Dating for couple accommodating cultural diversity applied legal philosophy
Success attracts success, beauty attracts beauty and money attracts money. But anyone with a slight inclination toward nostalgia will recall an era in which the biggest A-listers dated the biggest A-listers, creating a hybrid of influence that was truly unmatched. They were, arguably, Hollywood's most beautiful couple, and were definitely the one that garnered the most attention.Any time they set food on a red carpet simultaneously, that moment became instantly iconic.What we're facing down now is the democratization of dating in Hollywood, which will hopefully give way to the democratization of Hollywood altogether.In the old days, power couples looked pretty much exactly the same: They were actors and actresses, they were white, and, well, that's all you have to know. Fans want (and deserve) to look at romance on the biggest stage and at least see a little bit of themselves.It made for seamless A-lister stalking, because all of the biggest and brightest were, basically living together. Slowly, those couples and their collective power status began to erode.(That is of course to say nothing of their individual star power).Brad and Jen ceased to be and their status was transferred over to Brangelina.Ben and Jen are deep into conscious uncoupling and coparenting, much like their counterparts-in-separation Gwyneth and Chris.
Taylor Swift has eschewed her past high-powered celebs for the fresh face of one Joe Alwyn.
Jennifer Lopez left Hollywood (romantically-speaking) altogether, instead turning to the world of sports for her latest love (that would be Alex Rodriguezof course).
Other A-listers still have simply chosen to date civilians.
Paltrow, who has dated everyone from Ben Affleck to Brad Pitt, is now in a serious relationship with the television producer Brad Falchuk.
Reese Witherspoon, who was once married to man-of-the-hour Ryan Phillippe, is happily married to an agent.