Dating Pro Digest: Recently launched projects are included in the GDI rating; Not intimacy only: Plenty of Fish survey results; What attitude to interracial dating in the UK; Musicians Invest in Jewish Dating App
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Dating industry news digest:
- Recently launched projects are included in the GDI rating;
- Not intimacy only: Plenty of Fish survey results;
- What attitude to interracial dating in the UK;
- Musicians Invest in Jewish Dating App.
Recently launched projects are included in the GDI rating
Global Dating Insights keeps readers up to date with exciting new products. This time the focus was on startups that combined the traditional dating sites with value-added services.
A single parent-friendly PlayDate app helps to organize babysitting while adults go out on dates. LUVHUT is involved in fundraising for businesses affected by the quarantine.
Mila and QLNK offer users engaging psychological games to help determine compatibility in the early stages of dating.
The Unjected app was created for people who fundamentally refuse to vaccinate, so that they can quickly find each other and feel like they are in a circle of like-minded people.
Not intimacy only: Plenty of Fish survey results
The Plenty of Fish platform conducted a sociological survey among users, the purpose of which is to find out the priorities that unite people in pairs.
The desire for physical intimacy continues to occupy a leading position, which is why sexing, video and audio chats remain popular. Emotional and intellectual closeness comes second. Answers differ in various age categories.
Thanks to innovations in the platform’s functionality, during the pandemic many users got an opportunity to see romantic partners in friends and neighbors.
What attitude to interracial dating in the UK
According to a study by Inner Circle, 9 out of 10 Britons support mixed couples and admit the idea that they could enter into such an alliance.
At the same time, racism and stereotypes continue to be a problem for international families. 49% have experienced negative reactions from relatives and friends. 34% were criticized at work. More than half of the respondents faced direct and indirect manifestations of discrimination in dating applications, and not only negative ones: some users too openly emphasized ethnic preferences.
Musicians Invest in Jewish Dating App
Rappers Bhad Bhabie and Lil Yachty have invested a million dollars in Lox Club, an app for Jewish users.
The platform is focused on intellectual communication, preservation of moral and religious values. According to Jewish tradition, users are introduced by a matchmaker.
Bhad Bhabie chose Lox Club to invest because his father is Jewish. The legal issues were taken over by the musicians’ agent, manager and partner Adam Kluger.
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