I have mixed feelings about Tinder. On one hand it’s the pinnacle of millennial dating innovations: an app designed to rely on quick judgements about people’s one profile photo to make a yes or no swipe on whether or not you yourself would like to have a longer conversation.
Then you really stop to think about it.
In an article for Buzzfeed News, Anne Helen Petersen talks her experiment about the influences of race, religion, and perceived class status of the photo in front of in making a Tinder judgement. Basically, we learn that we really are terrible people.
Go down, yell Tinder and click to read at: Buzzfeed News