Rob Bliss, behind Rob Bliss Creative that famously shot hidden-camera footage of a woman being catcalled as she square dating through New York City for an anti-harassment non-profit, curated the mass Tinder date with hundreds of men who were made to compete for the affection of actress Natasha Aponte. Hundreds of unwitting men thought they had been invited to Union Square dating for a hot date Sunday — until Aponte walked onto a stage and announced the men had to duke it out in a series of strength and endurance games for the date. She went on to dismiss would be suitors who didn't meet her criteria, including men who were under 5-foot, who had beer bellies, who were bald or who wore khakis.
People use this app to match for the right reasons, why? Because everyone on the app boasts a well filled out profile that shows off who they really are.
Should dating be the same as pre-pandemic? With catfishing and ghosting a real issue for online daters, Inner Circle asked their members what they thought about dating in the new normal, and if anything would change.
They found that people are looking to make more meaningful and serious connections with one another, and even suggested that those negative behavioural traits were behind them. With people square dating more time perfecting their profiles, while increasingly matching and swiping, it seems that a mutual respect among daters has become more apparent as people look to apps to help socialise during the pandemic.
At least on Inner Circle anyway. It keeps square dating on the same and means the likelihood of you being messed about is pretty much nil. Inner Circle screen their members to make sure they are real people who are serious about dating. All it means is that the platform is free from spammers, scammers or catfishers because they have a team of experts who search the app for these types of people.
If they want you to up your game, they should too. Single people, it just got serious. up to Inner Circle here.
Ready to take dating more seriously? Published: Wednesday 29th July Features.
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