Portland’s Ariel Hawkins is just one of many women who alleges that the dating app Tinder deletes the profiles of trans women.
Hey, Fellow Kids, what’s groovy? I love swiping left and right on hip profiles of singles in my area. Wait—what’s this? People over thirty pay twice as much for Tinder Plus? That makes me want to sue in a very young person manner.
Tinder’s been around for nearly five years now, but pop culture is still catching up to the fact that this is the new standard for dating. We’ve seen the montages on shows like Insecure, Master of None, or Broad City, where our lead lines up a series of depressing app dates. As of last year a Tinder-themed rom-com was …
A special paid-tier of Tinder with several shiny, special features is finally coming to the US of A.
Today is International Tiger Day, and to celebrate, PETA would like to stop people from sitting on/high-fiving/cuddling/bottle feeding/trolling/chilling with tigers for their Tinder profiles. Tigers everywhere are pleased.
Hollywood screenwriter Derek Connolly is suing Ada Hui, a woman he met on Tinder and dated for several months, claiming that she threatened to go full “Entourage S7 E7” and ruin his career through blackmail.
Tinder began as a cute little mobile app that evolved to become a reliably irritating mobile hookup service. Soon though, much like its ancestors OKCupid, Match and even AOL (a/s/l), there will also be a desktop version to service your chronic loneliness.
Here’s a story that includes an old house in the middle of nowhere, a stranger lurking in the shadows (and not in the friendly Boo Radley way) and a popular hook-up app. It just might be the scariest modern dating story you ever hear...but is it real?
Hinge has officially switched from a balls-to-the-wall free hookup app model to a subscription-based service for the real relationship-seekers among us. Which means you’re gonna have to pay to escape the dark trenches of loneliness.
Despite remaining curiously unrecognized as an official sport, Tinder appears to be enjoying a strong presence at the 2016 Olympic games in Rio.
Professional swimmer and 11-time Olympic medalist Ryan Lochte is searching for love on Tinder, the Mordor of dating apps—and he is learning so many things, guys, so many things.
As the original and most successful dating show, it’s impossible to launch a new iteration of the matchmaker format without garnering comparisons to The Bachelor franchise. Of course, many others have left their mark on our culture throughout the years (Temptation Island, Rock of Love, Dating Naked), but the producers…
A man SFist has described as a “Tinder enthusiast” has been detained in Colorado and is currently under suspicion for allegedly murdering his ex-girlfriend and hiding her body in a storage unit.
Dating apps come in generations. In their current incarnation, they comprise a collection of mobile apps in which a user decides if a potential partner’s face is good or if it is bad, and then swipes the face to the left (the toilet) or right (your crotch, hopefully).
Women who initiate the first move on dating apps tend to end up with better prospects (relatively speaking), according to a study by OKCupid.
Truth: Some people are hot, some people are not, and male pilots and female physical therapists get the most action on Tinder. The speed-lust app with a penchant for instant aesthetic judgments released the top-most swiped professions for men and women, and the results prove that, when paired with an intriguing photo,…
“Talk Bernie to me,” shouted no one ever on a dating app, and yet that is happening: a very small army of self-motivated young women are using Tinder, Bumble, and all the other hellish, spiritually depleting find-love-quick programs on your telephone to campaign for Bernie Sanders. What’s it like to be on the…
After realizing she Tinder-matched with the world’s most hated pharma bro, Martin Shkreli, a woman named Jacklyn Collier says she went on a real-life date with him. Collier describes the rendezvous in detail on the Washington Post, and admitted she had a “pretty good time.” In the words of the great Denise Hemphill…