So this woman Natasha Aponte together with a director Rob Bliss both concocted this plan to go onto tinder and dupe hundreds of guys into dating her. It lasted for TWO YEARS before meeting at Union square in new york where Aponte blindsided all the men she duped by saying it was just a ruse to prove a point about how bad tinder is...
If you click on the actual youtube page you can see that all comments and ratings have been disabled because they knew they would receive tons of backlash for it.
"My main goal was public humiliation, to showcase the obsessive nature men have (as is evident by the fact that lots of them stuck around after the ruse had been revealed.) I feel like this goal was achieved." Aponte says, "This was something I had been thinking of doing for a long time ever since my ex-boyfriend 'Jimmy' who has cheated on me a couple of years ago, and at last I was finally there. The humiliation factor of it for the men was a great feeling, and I felt very desirable."
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That's messed up. She did this because the fool she had been with cheated on her? (And not all men are like that). She's just as horrid as the men on here who laugh when a woman is rejected by a man.
I get what she was trying to do---but I am willing to bet that a lot of those guys were good honest men (aside from the fools who were cheating) who weren't overly-critical so her experiment did nothing essentially. She didn't target THOSE men specifically. That's what she should have done.
It's sad and I feel sorry for all those men (except the sleazes who were willing to cheat).
not just that but her along with that director thought that by doing this they would be able to make a point that tinder and dating apps in general are bad.