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“I’d like to date, but I think no one wants to,” said Maria Clara, a 30-something doctor from Manila who has never been in a relationship.

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There is a compatibility match – it matches people based on what you are looking for in a partner – and the reverse match, which matches people based on the information you provided about yourself in your profile.You can send a wink to someone’s profile you find interesting. Among my male friends still out on the prowl, by far their biggest complaint is that they want an old fashioned sort of lady, but saying so out loud gets them labeled sexist, misogynist, or worse.The old adage, “the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach” is true; they just want a nice woman to settle down with who can cook and bake her way into his heart, who likes to watch Netflix and, since there will inevitably be chilling afterwards, eventually start a family too.The movement itself is one that has long been known for its hatred of women, its inability to see women as people with feelings, and its highly vocal base that says that love is dead.And, for the most part, it's a movement that never really had much of a female equivalent online.‘As it stands, it’s very hard to tell if somebody is who they say they are on the internet,’ she says, advising that you keep your bank details protected, and never lend money to anyone who you don’t know – even if they seem trustworthy.How to create the perfect Tinder bio is one of life’s great mysteries ...

Other sceptics feel the app's supposedly positive intentions - to 'encourage good, gentlemanly behaviour' - are unrealistic, since it will inevitably be used as a gossiping tool, with the anonymity factor eliminating any risk of discovery.

We’ve all heard of catfishing – when somebody pretends to be somebody that they’re not over the internet, lures in an unsuspecting victim and invariably breaks their heart (/appears on an MTV reality TV series).

But while we’re used to taking precautions against that (googling potential dates’ details, meeting up with potential dates as soon as possible, and keeping your wits about you at all times), there’s a new trend in fake dating. According to Laura Lyons, the founder of Are They Safe (a private investigations service providing background checks), increasing numbers of men across the country are scamming their dates out of money – cloning their card details and gaining access to their online accounts.

Most people don’t believe that there’s a growing number of women avoiding the dating scene - and men - at all costs for one reason, and one reason alone.

That reason, of course, is that women don't discuss it, nor do they feel the need to announce that they're "Going Their Own Way" in comments.