Essentially, users could say whatever they wanted about a date.The Grade surveyed its users to see how they actually felt about the new feature, and according to the company’s findings, 71% of people believe that Peer Review helps weed out the creeps.Our results show that on average a male sends out more messages but receives fewer messages than a female.A female is more likely to be contacted but less likely to reply to a message than a male.The number of messages that a user sends out and receives per week quickly decreases with time, especially for female users.
And according to a statement released from the company…
You may have noticed in your daily life that miscommunications abound.
You misinterpret a look, someone’s sense of humor or a turn of phrase.
Online daters – especially women – often complain about unwanted and lude messages they get from potential matches on dating apps.
Some guys are so aggressive with initial contact that they send intimate photos of themselves - the so-called “d*ck pic” - which is offensive to many women, if not even a bit scary.
While there are some cultural norms that help curb some of these misunderstandings, there are too many people and personalities under the sun for us to operate like robots. ” The reality: Fellas, if she winks, that’s your green light to email. You aren’t doing him any favors by replying vaguely. If you are interested and she sent you an email first, heavens to Betsy, reply! She’s either desperate or something is wrong with her.