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She said she's been sent naked photos—"It's like, I don't want to see that." Tinder owner Match Group says half of Tinder users are ages 18 to 24, while 85 percent are 18 to 34.
Others just want to look at sexy—and not-so-sexy—pics when they're bored.
Of course, there are exceptions: Edward Stern, a 62-year-old New Yorker, said he has been an online dater for decades and finds more cynicism today. You have to pull teeth to get people to meet you." He said he typically ends up going out with women in their 20s, because those are the ones who respond to him. The survey has a margin of sampling error of plus or minus 2.5 percentage points. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission.No awkward messages to each other unless both say yes.But instead of just looking for long-term love, some people are turning to these services for one-night stands and even advice from locals when traveling.“You know that guy who can rock a mun [man-bun] and lumberjack gear but probably doesn’t own a suit?That’s the effect that you want to avoid.” She suggests keeping the majority of your outfits casual and throwing in one chic photo that alludes to the fact that you can pull it together if necessary, her own go-to being a daytime gazebo shot in Juan Carlos Obando separates at a wedding in Provence.