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As a result, she said, the offline daters “may be a weirdly skewed group, or as sociologists would say negatively select.”Professor Lundquist also questioned the motivations for the survey, pointing to the anecdotal belief among many daters that Tinder’s picture-based feature leads it to be a “hookup” app rather than a mechanism for finding long-term partners.
“It seems like Tinder is trying to work on their image with this survey,” she said.
One of my closest friends got married at age 19 and regretted it by age 25.
She was miserable in her marriage and sought comfort in a friend from high school.
She “swiped right” on a photo of John in a tuxedo giving a speech at a wedding. Six months later, they bought a house together; a few months later, they were engaged.
In a report released this week, Tinder conducted two surveys comparing its users with offline daters.
It does not help that in a recent article in The California Sunday Magazine, Tinder’s founder and chairman, Sean Rad, admitted to sexting with Snapchat users. Carbino, who scours Tinder daily, sees what others can’t: humans trying their best to connect.
She is single and said she had found, and lost, love on Tinder.
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