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“His experience is a thousand percent different from mine.” Alex, who has switched her settings to include men from time to time, said, “It’s so much easier to meet a guy. It’s not seen as a hook-up app.” Interestingly, Alex has met a global network of people thanks to Bumble.
“There’s a lack of sexual pressure or expectation [on it].” Though she’s had successful app-dates in the past, Liz doesn’t believe she’s going to find a meaningful relationship on dating apps.
“One thing apps do give you,” she said, “is a great way to see who’s actually out there.
“I typically reach out to people because I hate when my friends are like, ‘He should message me,’” said Rachel. “In real life, I initiate everything up until the point that the other person asks me out.
But say I was at a party and I thought someone was exceptionally attractive — I’d figure out a way to talk to her before I left.” It’s not just the time that runs out, however. I was told numerous times that the pool is smaller when you’re a woman looking for a woman on Bumble — and other dating apps in general. Rachel, a fairly new Bumble user, has seen more women seeking women on Bumble than on Hinge or The League, where she gets “a lot of overlap [of the same person].” All agreed that there were people they legitimately found attractive on Bumble.
It’s normalized.” Bumble disrupted the antiquated dating norm of male initiation among heterosexual swipers when it launched in 2014.
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