A recent story caught our attention. It was from My One Amor about women and dating apps. There is a clear warning for women about dating apps and men. Here is an edited reprint.
With all the stay at home orders now in place, the use of dating apps is way up even in Canada
A recent survey of over 2,300 women by cybernews.com found that over 90% of women using popular dating apps said they had been called an offense name. Including names like “F**k**g W****” and “B***h”. These apps included some of the household names.
An astounding 88% of the women surveyed said that they had actually been harassed online ! And over 70% felt that they might be stalked by the men they were communicating with.
And of the women who actually went out and met new men from dating apps, almost 40% reported being threatened with physical violence.
For a woman who is genuinely looking for a relationship and wants to avoid the clear risks of a dating app there is an obvious alternative.
Lots of women don’t realize that there are matchmakers that allow you to be part of their database for free. So, no monthly fees like you’re paying to the dating app companies.
Most matchmakers require the men to pay as clients. The good news here is the men are fully vetted right down to background checks and private investigations.
But here too, buyer beware. Many of the large chain matchmakers and even Speed Dating companies do not ndation fully vet their clients. So, the best advice is a boutique matchmaker. Most of these matchmakers work with each other so they can service just about anywhere.
Who is a good one to sign up with ? We have a recommendation below
Please check back and we’ll be suggesting some soon for Canada.
Here is a link for women to sign up 100% FREE
This is a warning for women about dating apps and men but there are options