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Regardless of our education and socioeconomic status, each of us has one same desire: to find true love.
We would like to have someone around who will love us in spite of all our imperfections, and who will desire to build memories with us.
Like a nawab putting together his harem, you decide their fates with the flick of a finger: a swipe to the left meaning “no thanks” and a one to the right “yes, please.” Reciprocal swipes make up a “match” and allow users to message each other.
Last week, I downloaded the app on my phone and identified myself as someone interested in both sexes.
Young adults, ages 18 to 24, traditionally haven’t been big online daters.
They haven’t had much of a need because they are typically surrounded by other young, single people, whether at work or school, said Aaron Smith, associate research director with the Pew Research Center.
No awkward messages to each other unless both say yes.But newer dating apps seem to have made it fun for young people to use — or at least pass the time.Alfred Mohi, 24, said he has used Tinder for flings with people he doesn’t want to see again, and for the emotional high of matching and talking with women he deems attractive.“I don’t know how to say this without sounding like a scumbag, but I used it as a confidence boost,” he said.But he said he wouldn’t use Tinder to find a significant other because he thinks it’s harder to trust people you meet on the app.