Love On Lockdown: Tips For Dating During The Coronavirus Crisis

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Jennifer Ludden. Looking for love in all the right spaces? About 1 in 5 young adults now use mobile dating apps, according to a Pew Research Center study. A few years ago, you would have been correct to guess college students or those in their early 20s, a group surrounded by peers and in the prime of their bar-hopping years. But a newly released Pew Research Center study finds the use of online dating sites by to year-olds has nearly tripled just since , making this group now the most likely to use the Web to find partners.

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If you’re young and single, chances are you’re rejecting potential dates left and right on apps like Tinder, Bumble and OkCupid. It’s a brutal virtual world. Hundreds of people are whittled down to a few in minutes. In the seconds you lingered on one person’s profile, four pictures and an ambiguous job title, what made you swipe him or her to the right?

First impressions count in ways you might not expect. How people sit or where their arms and legs are in the images they share seem to loom large in potential daters’ calculations, according to experiments involving speed dating and an online dating app. One of the guys in the study displays an expansive body posture left that led to a better dating response than the contracted posture, a real downer. In these experiments, the researchers compared young adults’ closed, slouched postures against open, or expanded, ones.

For the speed daters, Vacharkulksemsuk says, “expansiveness nearly doubles chances of getting a yes [to see each other again. Separately, she and her colleagues had three men and three women create two dating profiles each on a popular dating app. All six participants were white and heterosexual. Their profiles were identical in every way except the pictures in one profile were all expanded postures, while its twin had all contracted poses.

The participants swiped yes on every potential suitor — 3, in total — for 48 hours. Expanding made both men and women more desirable during speed dating and in the dating app.

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Mobile Match Apps Are ‘Dating On Steroids’

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Can Dating App Hinge Make You Talk, Not Swipe?

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Aarti Shahani. Hinge hide caption. There is a startup in the love industry that promised to help people find real relationships — not just sex. But, as with so many things in love, it didn’t go according to plan. The app became yet another hookup app. Today, after 10 months of soul-searching, the startup is making a very public commitment to change. It’s called Hinge , and it’s based in Manhattan’s Flatiron District.

Back in January, it was coming to grips with a crisis. Hunt is part of the company’s leadership team, giving a presentation in a recent all-staff meeting. Hinge conducted market research and discovered some very telling norms. For example, 67 percent of women have received a sexually explicit photo or message on Tinder — the far more famous and infamous competitor. But it’s not just Tinder. It’s Hinge too. And it’s not just men behaving badly.

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