It was a historic week. One in which nothing was solved. Racial hatred split streets in Dallas, and opinion remained thusly in our election.
Tinder. Yeah, some of us use it for some things…but what about the most important of all, dinner? Well, relax. It exists…sort of.
Long Reads highlights Sean Penn’s disappointment in his own article, the showy aesthetic of Tinder’s HQ and a Wall Street cash cow who has risked the farm.
Amanda McLeod reports on the dramatic increase in violent sexual assault cases due to the use of dating apps like Tinder and Grindr.
Online abuse, or trolling, may now be punished under existing legislation, as a Sydney resident found out, and Ugur Nedim explains.
Romantically challenged writer Mena Soliman mourns the condition of our current e-relations and predicts some future online dating apps.
Our own Polly Chester has transformed herself into Tinder-ella in her efforts to find a replacement date for the ball.
Anyone up for a disappointing sexual experience on sheets with a higher thread-count? Meet “Luxy”, the new dating app, introduced by Xavier Toby.
What do Tinder, PUP and Tony Abbott have in common? Richard Jackson’s Longreads, which also cover Louis C.K., Joaquín Guzmán Loera and, well, women. And make-up.