Tinder is "stupid and harmful because it only makes romantic human connection harder." It is also "a factory and you shouldn't pretend it's even vaguely romantic." And let's not forget that "the adult consequence of living with one’s decisions doesn’t really exist when the next best thing is only a swipe away."Most of the discussion around Tinder has focused on its core demographic: twentysomethings, gay and straight, in urban areas (New York and Los Angeles, where I live, are its two biggest markets), who seem to use Tinder to hook up, boost or masochistically deflate their ego, and/or issue sweeping, usually disparaging pronouncements about everyone they've ever encountered on it.
But I've now come to realize that even though all of the press around Tinder focuses on its popularity with twentysomethings, it's actually the perfect app for someone in their thirties, or older, to find love.
To celebrate his 65th birthday, Ronnie Wood took his beautiful 34-year-old girlfriend to Venice, the city of love.
As they cuddled together in a gold-encrusted gondola, Sally Humphreys leaned in adoringly for a lingering kiss — from a man almost old enough to be her grandad. His thin, wrinkled lips were puckered like those of a man who had misplaced his dentures.
Dating when you’re over 50 puts you in a whole different category.
Our relationship experts share their best advice on the subject.Here’s 10 things no one tells you about dating in your 50s. Men in their 50s like to complain They like to moan about the price of coffee in Starbucks, the parking, the traffic, the weather they had to fight through to get to the date…In other words, they’ve had to make the effort to see you.The more guys you meet, the more depressing it becomes as you see a pattern emerging.None of us are getting any younger but please, there has to be more than this.