Due to the advent of social networking and dating sites, it is now possible for almost anyone to find a potential mate. Therefore, there is not as much of a pressure based on physical characteristics or even intelligence anymore. Society does not present the same pressures as was historically present in nature to find food and avoid being killed by predators and potential mating rivals. Almost all alleles regardless of their characteristics are passed on to the next generation through someone or another and attractive traits are no longer chosen above deficient ones. The only exception often being conditions such as dwarfism, Down Syndrome or Parkinson's Disease where the recipients of disadvantageous alleles choose to remove themselves from the gene pool.
Therefore, does this mean that human evolution has been halted due to an absence of natural selection?
My question differs from "Has human medicine stopped humans evolving?" because my post focuses on societal and cultural changes as opposed to medical changes.