Female led dating
And if a man and a woman want to hook-up — good for them.
Own it.” Wolfe is a serial dating-app entrepreneur.
Other than the super stylish interior - which is based on the very fitting theme of a beehive - the best thing about the Hive is the wall of dick pics.
Don't worry - these aren't unsolicited dick pics you may receive on the likes of Tinder.
“Or there's one movie that doesn't do well, and all of a sudden, no one wants to make a female-driven film.They're in fact pictures of famous people who are called Richard. Now, before you get too excited, we should tell you that this pop-up dating bar is located in New York, but if it's successful, we can imagine that Bumble will bring this concept a little closer to home. Whitney Wolfe is defending dating apps and hook-up culture.She claimed executives had tried to strip her of co-founder status as they apparently thought that having a young woman in a position of power made them “look like a joke”.She had been involved in a relationship with Justin Mateen, another executive who has since left the company, while working there, and its breakdown was pored over in the case. Online dating has prompted headlines again as a result of a Vanity Fair article, “Tinder and the dawn of the dating apocalypse”, by journalist Nancy Jo Sales, which ran in this month’s issue and predictably went viral on social media.