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I am an introverted guy that is attracted to extroverted women.
We both are quiet and sit there waiting for the other to talk until I say, '"ummm, hmmm, uhhhh, soooo, tell me about yourself...".And there’s actually a kernel of truth there, if the recent But there’s one problem with the argument that Tinder is “bad for us”: If Tinder is so dangerous, and if it is actually responsible for every societal ill from global warming to Justin Bieber, why are so many people in the tech dating—and even non-dating—spaces copying it?For an app that’s so universally reviled, Tinder sure does have a ton of fans among developers, who have enthusiastically lifted its most promising feature.If you take a cursory glance at the tech dating space, every new app, from JCrush (“Jewish Tinder”) to Wyldfire (“female-friendly Tinder”) to Loveflutter (“quirky Tinder”) is mentioned in the same breath as Tinder.Recently, even online dating stalwart launched its own Tinder-esque mobile app, which—you guessed it—utilizes a swipe-right-swipe-left interface. After an app reaches a certain cultural saturation point, it’s fairly common for it to be followed by a slew of lesser imitators, which lift everything from its design features to monikers (see any app with “Insta” or “Gram” in its name).The thing is that I really like him and we have so much in common but I'm used to dating extroverted men who can do most of the talking.
Enjoying silence while enjoying our shared love of nature is great after we know each other, but I feel that at the begining we should find someway to talk.
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They’ll talk about how the swipe-right-swipe-left interface has gamified online dating and ruined girls’ self-esteem, and they’ll start waving their arms and ranting about how the hook-up app has encouraged rampant promiscuity and moral laxity. If such alarmists are to be believed, Tinder is the scourge of the 21st-century dating space, the single greatest threat to society since alcohol during the Prohibition era.
An app as successful as Tinder, which allegedly made That’s also not to say that Tinder and its many imitators are inherently bad for online dating in itself. Finkel, a professor of social psychology at Northwestern who studies the science of online dating, is “enthusiastic” about Tinder leading the shift from desktop online dating sites to mobile apps, because it encourages people to spend more time face-to-face and less time connecting over a laptop screen.“Profile browsing tends to be ineffective, and nobody has built an algorithm that works,” he wrote me in an email.
“As such, the best way to assess compatibility is through a face-to-face meeting, and options like Tinder facilitate such meetings quite effectively.” What is potentially bad for online dating, however, is how Tinder and its monosyllabically titled spawn have homogenized the dating market to the point where it’s basically impossible for people to find a dating app with more than a few thousand users that doesn’t include the distinctive swipe-right/swipe-left interface.
Thanks to Tinder, pretty much every dating app on the market is geared toward tech-savvy, swipe-happy millennials.