Most Helpful Girl
No, not at all. But you have to treat Tinder as a tool or place to meet people. Just like a bar or a sportsclub is. In a bar you meet someone, you talk for a little bit, you leave your number and then plan a date over text. On tinder you meet a person (who you know likes the way you look), you talk a little and then plan a date over text. It's the same. You still have to impress them on those dates. You still have to find out whether he suits you. Pictures are different from RL. Someone can be great on a photo and over text, but completely different in RL. And whether you become a hookup or not is still up to you and your standards. As soon as I find out a guy on tinder only swiped right because he is looking for a hookup (I'm not), I stick to my standards and I say goodbye to him. It's simple.
Most Helpful Guy
Naaa just streamlining it. People are just mad that it skips the honeymoon stage of relationships, y'know the fake part, with smelling nice, dressing nice, everyone is perfect, love letters, saying the mushy shit, you haven't met their kids yet, no arguments, you haven't seen their spending habits, bad credit, $100,000 student loans, crazy ex, criminal record etc. It skips all that and goes right into the ass scratching "you hungry?" after sex, sweats and a t-shirt eating Doritos stage.
Thats what happens when you fuck up the social contract, and embrace feminism.
My question is how women can want it both ways and not be the least bit perplexed by men being perplexed. Exhibit A: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lmtQ7bSa7FU
You do some of this ^ stuff, then want a man still respect you?