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Ronit (a pseudonym), 28 and from Jerusalem, was quick to initiate a chat on the application and seemed eager to exchange basic biographical information as quickly as possible, as if to gather enough data to decide whether the conversation should continue further.
Having passed her initial screening, this reporter, himself within the age range typical of Tinder users, moved forward with his own set of questions to discern what she was doing on Tinder in the first place.“I have a hard time meeting potential partners in my daily routine,” Ronit confesses.
“When I was playing around in my twenties, I never really turned to online dating platforms or applications.
We want to keep our journalism open and accessible and be able to keep providing you with news and analyses from the frontlines of Israel, the Middle East and the Jewish World.You basically waste no time during your search – you chat only with those people with whom you already have physical attraction.Then all you have left to do is find out if there is more depth to the person.”For others, meanwhile, physical attraction is really all that matters.Dating sites have become the norm in most Western countries, and in some, most notably the United States, over a third of newlywed couples first met online.The advent of the smartphone brought with it the ultimate new platform in the dating game: dating apps.
No games necessary.”Like in the real world, it seems not all users swim through the application with precisely the same set of expectations.