No to dating
Dating apps reward homogeneity, sifting everyone into two-dimensional profiles that look the same, sound the same, and in some cases, even algorithmically identify which picture is best to represent you for the largest possible audience.
I went on to take a boxing class, and joined a new gym. Add to that the kicker: When I showed up to the online dates I wasn't interested in, I had wasted a night.But—maybe even more importantly—it was a better shot for me.There were no filters—and therefore no excuses—they were actually getting me.If you try to game love, you can expect love to game you.Hookups and temporary flings can be easy to find on apps, but when deep connections keep evading you, it's not the app you question. It can chew on your confidence to the point where it's no longer raising your chances by widening the pool, it's hurting them by leaving you at half strength during the times that really matter.