No last names, no shared locations I feel very safe using it.
After all, it is a common expression to hear "all is fair in love and war". Is it ok or even beneficial to be persuasive or influential? Does "everybody" manipulate a little anyway, in their initial hiding of embarrassing secrets, embellishment of strengths, and use of makeup, nice suits, or push-up bras? Is it only appropriate to be serious, authentic, and display our true selves for the judgment of potential dating partners? On one hand, during my weekend, I found people who approved of the use of indirect influence techniques to get a date.
They (primarily women) thought such techniques were fun, flirty, and cute.
Swipe on everything from Slow Walkers to Donald Trump. so haters can match, meet, date, and hate together. I would recommend this you are cautious and uneasy about joining a dating app because it is very laid back! You should put a feature in where you have a "Top 5 😍's" to be put in our profile, just like how there is a "Most Hated" list.
Our algorithm finds your best matches, based on your swipes. You could also put a category list in too, like if you're looking for someone that is freaky there would be a category for freaky people, stuff like that.
I love swiping through the different topics and being able to see other people hates/loves.