People are changing their Tinder locations to Japan so here are more Olympic athletes the internet can’t get over
People are setting their Tinder locations to Olympic Village in the hopes of finding love with one of the world’s top athletes.
A TikTok trend: Kassie Yeung made headlines in May when she, a self-proclaimed “petty” ex-girlfriend, shared her 5,953-mile journey to Seoul to remove a “love lock” that she and her ex had once attached to a symbolic fence on Namsan tower. She’s now back with more antics as she sets her dating prospects on none other than the Olympic athletes.
People outside China are reportedly getting information related to COVID-19 straight from the outbreak epicenter in Wuhan, China by using Tinder.
Tinder users are able to circumvent censorship from Chinese government and partisan media sources by matching and communicating with Wuhan residents who use VPN, reports BuzzFeed News.
Tinder may be a useful app for finding dates or relationships, but for Indonesian sex workers, the app has a very specific purpose.
Through online dating apps, they are able to look for clients without having to leave their homes, South China Morning Post reports.
Hong Kong protesters are now coming up with innovative ways to organize themselves against the city’s controversial extradition bill.
Activists are now allegedly using apps such as Tinder and “Pokémon Go!” to communicate in preparation for demonstrations, as well as Apple’s AirDrop feature to send information to visitors.
A 20-year-old San Francisco Bay Area college student named Ethan used Snapchat’s ‘gender switch’ filter to pose as a woman on Tinder and caught a San Mateo police officer allegedly wanting to hook up.
The student went by the name of a 16-year-old female named “Esther” and said he had a female friend who was molested as a child. Seemingly moved by her story, he wanted to catch possible pedophiles.
A new Snapchat filter which effectively transforms its users into the opposite sex by adding eyelashes or facial hair has become an instant hit on social media.
While others have merely created memes out of it, one male Princeton student decided to do something a bit more extra.
A young woman in California not only found a boyfriend on Tinder but also a kidney to save her life.
Two years ago, Cheyenne Han Lee, 22, swiped right on Gavin Geragawa on the popular dating app and immediately hit it off when they started dating.
There is a significant gender disparity on India’s online dating platforms that put the men at a massive disadvantage.
A recent study conducted by local dating app Woo has revealed that there are about three men for every woman on dating apps in India.
Popular dating mobile application Tinder just rolled out a new update in India that includes 23 genders in its list of options outside the binary male and female.
India’s oldest LGBTQ+ organization, The Humsafar Trust, and LGBTQ+ author and inclusion advocate Parmesh Shahani were part of the advisory panel that helped guide the development of this new update, according to First Post.
Tinder is a magical place, one second you’re saying hello to a stranger and the next second you’re bombarded with unsolicited dick picks with zero warning. When you’re Asian, it goes a step further and dating sites become playgrounds for men and women who fetishize us for our race. Some comments are just hilariously tragic while others can be sexual and threatening, making it difficult to figure out how to reply to such vulgar messages or whether to even respond at all.
Here are some of the worst comments Asian women and men have received on Tinder and their savage responses. Take notes, ladies and gents: These may come in handy next time you encounter a creep with yellow fever because let’s be real, it doesn’t seem like they’re going away any time soon.
Tinder and other similar dating apps have become a useful tool for many to be able to meet new people for friendships, casual hookups, and even something more serious.
But along with romance and interesting conversations one would get from such services are the nasty messages filled with misogyny and creepiness from some really damaged individuals.
Korean-Australian K-pop star Kevin Kim was named 2018’s Cosmopolitan and Tinder Bachelor of the Year in Sydney on Thursday night, making him the first Asian to ever be awarded the title.
The 29-year-old singer beat out 30 other men including “Home And Away” star Orpheus Pledger, Knafeh Bakery owner Joey El-Issa, former “The Bachelorette” contestant Michael Turnbull and rugby sevens plater Tim Anstee, according to SBS.