Bi curious women dating
But what about using the internet to try and get close to a section of society who aren't romantically or sexually interested in not just you, but your entire gender, is a decidedly strange one.Yet this is something Robyn Exton and Emily Moulder deal with every day.It’s just the differences in how men and women behave; for guys it’s great because they’re happy to take that risk a lot quicker and say ‘Fine, let’s meet up’.
"The first is they’re obviously a man and upload pictures of themselves, obviously male, wanting to meet lesbians.
"Having a username is on a basic level an illusion, and a dating app is supposed to be about meeting people, so you have to be yourself." Women are obviously the driving force behind and the target market for Dattch, but it's not just females who attempt to sign up.
Robyn and Emily receive an average of three to five applications a day from men seeking to meet lesbian women.
Then you get those uploading pictures of women to create fake profiles, and then when we do our checks we’ll find out they’re actually Dave from Birmingham." Due to the lesbian and bi audience, the pair take the user verification process extremely seriously.
Users are required to verify their identity through either sharing their Facebook profile, email address, or agreeing to speak over the phone.