See:
https://mailchi.mp/f034c22a3f36/huma...nvy-7002243?e=[UNIQID

A few bits...

"The landscape has changed for everyone on the dating market. Even those who don’t use these apps.

This is because even for the people who don’t use the apps, they still live in an environment where others use them.

Over time, those who don’t use them have adapted to the preferences and behavior of those who do use them. Not the other way around.

One example of how the scene has changed. I have a friend from college. A good-looking guy. He showed me how many women he has matched with: More than 21,000. Twenty-one thousand.

Tinder actually identified him as a valuable user early on, and gave him free perks and upgrades. They lifted his radius restrictions. This gave him the ability to match with women all over the world.

I have another friend. Doesn’t have the best pictures on his profile, but not a bad looking guy. Over roughly the same period of time as my other friend, he has matched with seven women."


"
-7 out of 10 college students have used Tinder. source

-18 to 25 percent of Tinder users are in a committed relationship. source

-Women aged 23 to 27 are twice as likely to swipe right ("liked") on a man with a master's degree compared with a bachelor's degree. source

-Men swipe right (“liked”) on about 62 percent of the women’s profiles they see; women swipe right (“liked”) on about 5 percent of the men’s profiles they see. source

-Half of men who use dating apps while in a committed relationship reported having sex with another person they met on a dating app. All women who used dating apps while in a committed relationship reported having sex with another person they met on a dating app. source

-30 percent of men who use Tinder are married"

Well, that was depressing.