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For the purposes of my study, I limited my age range from 22 to 30, a pool representative of “millennials” mostly upperclassmen and recent post-grads.On the first night, Tinder’s new “super-like” feature landed me at Marnee Thai for dinner with Matt*, a 24-year-old University graduate student whom I found physically attractive to reciprocate his super-like.In his 2013 study, he ascertained that couples who have met online have 1.6 percent fewer marriage breakups, and also higher marriage satisfaction ratings.Currently, the average age for first marriage is 27 for women and 29 for men – a wedlock rate down 10 percent from just the previous generation.After lunch with Logan*, a 25-year-old model from London, he “teased” that I should pick up the bill because that’s what a “feminist Bumble-user like (my)self would do, right?” Though I generally have no issue paying on dates, I want my generosity to stem from pleasure instead of obligation.As a 20-year-old college senior, I in no way claim to be an expert in anything love, sex or relationship-related.
Though the men on the app should presumably be comfortable with women making the first move, I received comments calling out my “confidence,” “assertive” nature and “forward” personality.
In Ann Arbor, with less opportunity for mobility, stumbling across friends (or GSIs) on the app always feels too close for comfort.
However, John Cacioppo, a psychology professor at the University of Chicago, found that more than one third of marriages between 20 started on the Internet.
Match, the parent company that owns Tinder, Ok Cupid, and other dating apps, touted a .3 million profit in the first half of this year.
The company just filed to go public three weeks ago.
However, like many stories go, his unkempt facial hair didn’t quite mirror the carefully vetted photos on his profile — and his bio’s claim that he had studied across Asia didn’t actually materialize itself into a cultured personality.