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Tinder’s Year in Swipe: BLM, mask pick up lines, and Carole Baskin

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Tinder’s Year in Swipe: BLM, mask pick up lines, and Carole Baskin

Despite a global pandemic, singles still made time to date — virtually, that is.
Dating apps saw a boom this year, as it’s the only way to safely meet strangers (at least without a cuddle curtain). Tinder’s insights from their annual Year in Swipe show that not only did users adapt to social distanced-dating, but they embraced it: Messages and swiping was up double digits this fall as opposed to the end of February, according to Tinder’s press release.
“While IRL was on pause, members took to Tinder to share 2020’s biggest cultural moments,” the release reads. Bios served as an outlet for users to share their political and social views — mentions of the word “vote” doubled in 2020, for example —  and Tinder asserts that profiles have never been more creative. Read more…More about Year In Review, Culture, and Sex Relationships
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