Dating service with pics
And while Rakowski admits she doesn't think her idea will change the landscape of other dating apps, there is definitely a chance.
Setting the focus on personality and interests ahead of physical attributes could certainly spark interest for those in any community who are serious about finding a compatible partner and not just a hook-up.
Until the app is ready, users can submit their ads to Rakowski, who shares some of them on the Instagram account and then tags the author’s personal handle.
While we don’t know what any of these people were thinking when they posted these pictures meant to entice a new lover (and frankly, we can’t even begin to guess), we do know that the objective is the same.
In some cases, you may match with someone who doesn't have much written on theirs.
Spira explains that it can be “challenging to see a three-dimensional view on a two-dimensional dating profile.” Either way, Spira recommends hopping on the phone before meeting in real life.
Those who participate show no fear of being themselves by providing authenticity and raw vulnerability in their writing, which no selfie could ever portray.
Personals caters to LBTQIA non-binary, gender non-conforming people, but its concept could really make waves in any online dating community.