There were a number of other interesting related findings, like one in three women say “no” to hooking up on the first date whereas only one in 10 men say the same.
I was curious though about this idea that not everyone on Tinder was looking for quickies, despite popular belief.
Students reported using the apps for a variety of reasons.
The most popular goal across most dating apps was “entertainment,” followed closely by “casual dating” and meeting friends.
Of course, fellow geo-locating apps like Tinder and Happn already perform a similar function to btrfly, so I’m not sure if it really has a USP, but the idea of linking up with people to split the always hideously expensive airport cab is nice.
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Five miles south of Interstate 80 from the Anita interchange, the campground includes 161 camping sites: 52 electrical hookups, 40 full hookups and three modern shower/restroom buildings. Lake Anita offers fishing for largemouth bass, crappies and bluegills, channel catfish, and walleye. Any size boat motors may be operated at a maximum of 5 mph.
Lake Anita also offers a 4-mile trail, which winds around the entire lake.
In my opinion, this desire for connection both goes against the notion of “hookup” culture and is a result of it.
In a Medium article titled “The Unspoken Problem with College Hookup Culture,” Katie Klabusich discusses the work of Lisa Wade and the notion that hookup culture, particularly among young adults, has destroyed our capacity to engage in healthy relationships.
The least popular goals across all apps were receiving “nudes,” hooking up, and boosting a user’s ego.