A woman's profile would show up on my Tinder, and I'd just stare at it.
I couldn't swipe right, partly because of an information shortage, partly because of the guilt I felt misleading the woman in the picture.
"The co-founders wanted to create a really efficient way to meet people around you who you probably would have never met before."The "show me men versus women" option the app provides is "exactly what it says," Pambakian explains.
"We're not asking you to define what you're interested in." Yet I joined right in creating the user subtext.
On Tinder particularly, "The purpose was never just for dating, it was for social discovery in general," Rosette Pambakian, vice president of communications for the app, told me.Tinder was the worst of them: All I saw were a couple of group shots (but which guy are you, Steve?