Who you actually find: Another sucker. But what are you supposed to do? How that manifests on the app, for the uninitiated, is a Sadie Hawkins-esque interface that requires women to message their male matches first. Members actually post pictures of their faces (instead of their nether regions) and put effort into their profiles. It is: An app that selects your matches for you. Or leaving before the other person wakes up but what if you're both lonely and just really like brunch foods?
Who you want to find: An attractive, educated progressive with lofty career aspirations. Your profile is more similar to a Facebook profile, and your feed is filled with things like local lgbtqi events, lgbtqi news in the media, new lesbian films or TV shows that mainstream Twitter will probably ignore, and tons more all posted by women who. Who you want to find: Whoever the algorithm deems fit. Swiping through all of that is way too much work, and it shouldn't have to be like that. As much as you'd like to lie to feel better about yourself, you know deep down that's not the way to a healthy relationship. On paper, asking deep questions like these right off the bat makes total sense when pairing two people together but they're so basic and annoying. . Hooking up is great, but perhaps it's not the *only* thing you're looking for. The catch: You need a LinkedIn account. Get: App Store Get: Google Play. Options, options, and more options.