According to a scientific study conducted in the state of the art. It’s not totally your fault if you do not scores. Phew.
The team of Dr. Gareth Tyson, Queen Mary University of London has created 14 fake accounts Tinder for the science we assure you to determine the differences in behavior between men and women on the dating app. Programmed to swiper right all profiles on a 100 mile radius around London and New York, 7 male and 7 female accounts accounts experienced radically different responses from real users: men Matches with less than 1% users they “like” (including men) while women have match 10.5% of the time.
Worse, 7% of men have received a message in stride against 21% of women fake accounts. Basically, women are three times more likely to really socialize on Tinder.
Better, the average message sent to wrong accounts by men is 12 characters against 10 times when they are women who write.
What can we learn from all this? Women have a lot of chances as men to be likées back when “swipent right”. Result, they are more selective and invest much more in the people they choose on Tinder. A behavior that scientists explained by Darwinists theses breed is much more involving for a woman (maternity, etc.) while men tend to want to multiply opportunities to copulate.
If one believes this study is not the technology that will change the gender relations. Question: Should we trust the university to give you lessons in seduction? allowed you meditate on it.