Men on Tinder think they have a 'licence to use unattractive women as they see fit'
Men on Tinder think they have a “licence to use women as they see fit” if their date’s appearance is less attractive than her profile photograph, research says.
The British Sociological Association’s annual conference in Birmingham was told today [Thursday 7 April 2016] that the men believed they were entitled to have casual sex to compensate for the ‘breach of trust’.
Dr Jenny van Hooff, senior lecturer in sociology at Manchester Metropolitan University, carried out a study of the use of Tinder among men in Manchester and Cheshire.
She told the conference: “Many of our respondents felt let down on meeting a woman and on feeling a visual representation hadn’t been accurate. Read more>