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As a serial monogamist who has never used any dating apps or sites, I am consistently intrigued by this world so many of my friends and community inhabit; the viral space where they connect with each other in the hopes of finding a hook-up, a girlfriend, maybe even a wife.

I’ve heard the endless complaints of how there’s “no one” worth dating; no “cute girls;” that dating apps made for women to find other women “suck.” And while Grindr and Scruff are used for similar purposes in the gay male community, it seems that they have way fewer complaints in that realm.

As a butch woman, it is impossible to ignore the implication that, for certain people, women like me are the least attractive creatures on the planet.“Friends who I polled on this gave me examples where it seems that the most common physical appearance statements are made about height (mostly noting how tall they are, but sometimes adding “no short girls”), and often what their hair currently looks as if it isn’t represented in their photos.On both Tinder and HER, women are more likely to write that they want “feminine women only,” some going as far to say “no manly women,” echoing the sentiments of the Tweet at the top of this article.“We only have two filters at the moment: age and distance,” Robyn said.“On profiles, it only appears 0.3% of the time with people explicitly stating what it is they are looking for.In the social feed section of the app, it comes up 0.5% of the time, people looking to chat or hang out with people of a similar type.But once you know, well, there’s a lot to discover. When I started dating the first woman I ever dated (shout out to my wife), I was moderately terrified.

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