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And yes, as long as it’s “consensual.” Women calling themselves “voluptuous” or “curvy” online but who are really massively overweight, or guys saying their 6’” when they’re really 5’6” , like really?!

I’ve seen a dramatic change in guys’ behavior on these apps – the most notable being that many guys have gotten downright lazy and don’t put any effort into meeting offline.The dating app “Bumble” really threw a wrench into things by switching up traditional roles and making the female in charge of messaging the guys first.But then it created this weird landscape where guys are expecting the woman to not only message them first, but apparently ask them out and plan a date also.It makes them feel good, and with women now as powerful and self-sufficient as they are, touting that they “don’t need a man,” when a man gives you advice it’s usually coming from a benevolent place of them simply wanting some validation, or even hoping to impress you if they like you.Wow, is that so terrible for them to feel good and useful for a moment?

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