nothing much to say here. misogyny here to stay!
also women are stupid:
There’s also a less obvious group: women who believe in Bumble’s message and identify as feminists but who still prefer to have men make the first move. Wolfe Herd is aware of this—and frustrated by it. “They love the brand, they want to wear the T-shirt, but they [also] want archaic love,” she says. “They want a 6-foot-tall guy to make them feel small and make the first move. So it’s a paradox.”
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The Bumble app, launched in 2014, is one of the first dating apps built with women at the center. On Bumble, women make the first move, and have done so more than 1.7 billion times from September 2014 to September 2020. Bumble is the second highest grossing dating app in the world according to Sensor Tower, with 12.3 million monthly active users (“MAUs”) as of September 30, 2020.