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Whereas girls will look at a picture two or three times before deciding to send a message." Based on the Pinterest model, where users upload pictures of things they like (be it tables, Beyoncé, curry), Dattch allows users to create a kind of personality mood board, making profiles much more revealing.
Exton compares it to looking at someone's Instagram feed: "You get a sense of who they are really quickly." On traditional sites people will always put the same things - going out clubbing, going to the cinema, reading books’ - if you put a picture of the book you’re reading, it's much easier to click instantly whether you’ll get along. Dattch also differs from other, comparable site by offering content on the site, making it seem like more of a landing page for the lesbian community.
The app also promises "a safe environment without male and fake accounts." This is harder than it seems, according to the Robyn [Exton] and Emily [Moulder] receive an average of three to five applications a day from men seeking to meet lesbian women.
"There are two ways males approach joining," Robyn explains.
UK-based Dattch, a dating app "built for lesbians, by lesbians," has launched in the U.
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