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"So if we agree that common interests and values are the types of things we're all looking for in relationships, how can we be expected to find them in an app that sorts for first-glance aesthetics and the ability to write one clever sentence about yourself? Your filters aren't set for love; they're set for lust, and their equation for it is faulty at best.
Your best chance at not getting eliminated before you even start is to conform, in which case you arrive safely in the dating pool without any of the things that make you, you.
I wanted someone insatiable, someone whose eyes set ablaze when they talked about something important to them.
I could gauge my interest within 30 seconds of talking to each person, and didn't have to make plans and text awkwardly all week just to get to there.
But how does one even meet people without an app anymore?
Approaching strangers in bars is harder than it's ever been; we leave our dating to our phones, and real life is spent inside the confines of our tightly knit friend circles.
My personality, my humor, my empathy, even my snack-readiness, with no thumb-crafting involved.
We know humans crave connection—real, deep, meaningful connection.