Vanity Fair contributing editor Nancy Jo Sales wrote an in-depth piece titled “Tinder and the Dawn of the ‘Dating Apocalypse.” Sales explores what she calls the “all-day, every-day, hand held singles club” — a catastrophe caused by the collision of technology and casual relationships.
“Tinder super-users are an important slice of the population to study, yes, but they can’t be used as a stand-in for 'millennials' or 'society' or any other such broad categories," Singal argues.
Thousands of Canadians are logging on to dating sites to find love and the good news is: there are a lot of single people in Canada.
In an email to Tech Insider, Shaab wrote: Hearing Ben's parents tell ME stories about MY father was one of the most out of body experiences I've ever had.
It was then when I realized that it didn't matter whether we met in the basement of a bar, riding bikes in Central Park, or through an app called Tinder.
Her work centers on the science of relationships and gender differences.
Today’s discussion will be about online dating and finding love online.
Many successful relationships are now starting through online dating sites.
Whether you are looking for love, friendship, or companionship, we can help you find the right site to start your search.
Dating has changed and online dating is the modern way to meet someone great with similar interests and desires.
Online dating no longer has the stigma it used to, and with our busy lives today, it is a great way to meet someone no matter what you are looking for.
Plenty Of Fish, a Vancouver, British Columbia based dating website, has 100 million users worldwide alone.