Amidst uncertainty around the duration of coronavirus and the ensuing isolation, dating apps and their users have taken it upon themselves to keep dating active and possible with a variety of features – but how has it gone?
Mancunian Matters chats with a dating expert to discuss where we’re all going wrong when it comes to relationships.
It was presumed that having a Tinder account was just as common as having Instagram or Twitter.
Manchester Film Festival have announced their official line up for this year, as well as an expanded length for the fifth edition of the event.
Armed with their finest chat-up lines and charming techniques Eve and Ed hit the speed dating scene in a bid to find their one true love, or at least someone relatively pleasant, to spend Valentine’s with
There he was – not the hilarious and humble hunk of burning love – but a Romeo, who’s a little r-r-ruff around the edges, a real handsome hound, a Tinder genius who is using photos of his posing pooch to bring in the bitches.
Over thirty times more hate crimes in Manchester’s schools occur via social media than directly.
Apps such as Tinder and Grindr have made it possible for people to meet up for no-strings fun that may even lead to something more fruitful
Online dating is big business and the phenomenon is continually evolving and finding new ways to bring people together. MM took to the streets of Manchester to ask: Do you use online dating?
‘I was basically MILF hunting’: MM reveal how Manchester men flounder in the complex world of online dating
Tinder, Plenty of Fish and Match are just some of the dating sites out there
MM reporter Hannah joins online dating app Tinder to see what all the fuss is about