It’s fast and casual — a far cry from many dating sites’ detailed filters for religion or hobbies. “I think that women more often than not will say that they’re looking for something casual, and there’s nothing wrong with any of that.
I think deep down, though, most women don’t actually believe that,” says , summarizing the conventional wisdom.
Webb, who recently gave a about her strategic approach to online dating, has gotten 1,300 e-mails in the last week — 80 percent of which, she estimates, are from “people agonizing over what to put in their profile.” When the profile goes away, so does much of the stress.
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Pulling in data from Facebook profiles was once thought of as the third rail of dating sites, betraying the lingering shame users felt about connecting their “real life” with their online courtships.
But women the fact that with Facebook data comes social accountability.
Tinder was just this funny but also kind of exciting and socially acceptable thing I could do, and with low expectations,” says Erin, who lives in Minneapolis and met her boyfriend when they both swiped right.
Even online dating veterans crave the serendipity of meeting a partner “organically,” without the comparison-shopping pressure to determine whether he or she is soul-mate material.