Liga das torcidas online dating
Having interests in common is not a bad thing—especially if, say, religious identity is important to you—but making sure every potential match has a beard (Bristlr) or is at least 6'4" (Tall People Meet) means interacting only with the segment of humanity we think we’ll like.It’s wrong and also ineffective, because the truth is, most of us are pretty terrible at knowing what, or who, we actually want.
This, let’s be clear, is not a good thing—and not just because elitism is lame.
Though all three questions may give daters a sense of how adventurous the other person might be, they’re universal.
They apply to elitists just as well as they apply to blue-collar workers—bearded or beardless.
The process started with Tinder (and later Hinge) requiring social media integration.
Dating basically became six degrees of Facebook, and it only got narrower and more exclusive from there.