Millennials Dating Apps
von lilliichonochek · 10.08.2017
Anyone on OK Cupid is likely pretty serious about starting a relationship. This is an ideal app for someone who is looking to settle down. With their in-depth profiles, you won't have to ask quite as many questions to get to know the other person before deciding if you want to set up a date. Setting up an app on OK Cupid takes some commitment. It's not just uploading pictures from Facebook or typing in a few quick sentences to the About Me section. You have to answer a full survey of in-depth questions.
Again, this likely means that any other user you come across on the app is serious about finding a match. It's a way to meet new people, understand your preferences and, of course, partake in a little shameless flirting. So, whether you're looking for your soulmate or just want to get laid, pull out your phone, download these apps and start swiping! Like Us On Facebook Kat Haselkorn Contributor Kat Haselkorn is a freelance writer and fitness instructor.
A graduate of the University of Chicago, she currently lives in Washington, DC and blogs about life as a twenty-something at www. Simply put, they get to choose who they wish to spend their time and energy building a relationship with. Time management The everyday millennial is busy. Understandably, it is only logical that this generation has turned to clicking and swiping on their always-available mobile phones to connect with people they would have otherwise not met.
Celebrating sexual diversity Millennials are thus far the open to sexual diversity. As much as we would like to believe that our society is progressing, the truth is that the options for heterosexual males and females are fourfold greater than the ones available to, say, the LGBTQ community. With the significant rise in the usage of dating apps across the world in the past two or three years, the tech-industry has been greatly encouraged to launch several more of these.
Many of these apps are tailored for non-straight individuals. For instance, dating apps like Grindr, made specifically for homosexual men, or HER, which solely targets LGBTQ women, have made life easier for those belonging to this community. In this, the dating app industry has given us the avenue to celebrate sexual diversity. Their love lives are no exception. But we're also optimistic about finding love IRL — not just casual sex.
If you want a glimpse into the minds of younger Millennial daters , here are seven surprising findings about the way college students are actually using all those dating apps. In fact, plenty of folks wanted the opposite: For people of all genders, about 34 percent said entertainment was the number one reason they use dating apps. Around 15 percent of women and 10 percent of men said they used their apps mainly for an ego boost. And the grand finale: