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“Traditional” online dating sites were the success stories of the nineties and early noughties, and now, according to match.com, one in four relationships start online.
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Ten years ago dating websites were considered a bit sad and a bit pathetic and you only went on there if you couldn’t find a boyfriend, but now all my female friends and male straight friends, 90 per cent are on [the sites].” “Tinder is like going up to a man in a bar but eliminating most of the risk factors,” says Moira Scarlett, who works in the film industry.
“You don’t have to fear face-to-face rejection, and you are armed with some prior information, even if only very basic.“It’s a cliched line but how much do we ever know about someone who we meet in a bar and go home with? The few times I have met people just for sex on here, I’ve asked to go for a drink or a coffee first, just to, you know, dip a toe in the water. I have friends where someone comes across the street, they meet them, then walk off back to their flat.