Similarly, around nine percent of men and four percent of women thought meeting up in person makes it cheating.
And then there were the eight percent of men and five percent of women who apparently don't consider dating app use to be cheating(hey, to each their own).
If you ask me, us Millennials have an unfairly bad rap when it comes to our dating lives and habits.
Like with any generation, there are Millennial dating problems, but the general assumption that we're addicted to our apps and incapable of making genuine connections is pretty much BS, right?
On the flip side, only around a third of women and nine percent of men said 'no way' to a first-date hookup. Fortunately, it's totally possible to meet someone IRL, so don't be afraid to delete your dating apps and try some new ways to make romantic connections.
It would be great if we could all treat each other with respect online, but unfortunately, the ABODO survey found that 35.5 percent of women and 14.1 percent of men have experienced harassment on dating apps.Of all dating apps, Grindr seems to get the most use from high school students.Bumble Bumble’s “thing” is that only women can message first.College students and young adults, however, are flocking to dating apps.Most claim that they “don’t use it that seriously.” Most see it more as something to do when they’re bored, but there are also a good number that do meet in person with matches from apps.For people of all genders, about 34 percent said entertainment was the number one reason they use dating apps. Around 15 percent of women and 10 percent of men said they used their apps mainly for an ego boost.And the grand finale: nine percent of women and eight percent of men said they're on dating apps for the ~nudes~ .Luckily for those who are coupled up, almost 70 percent of respondents said they considered using dating apps while in an exclusive relationship to be cheating.For some, however, the lines were a little blurry: 20 percent of men and 17 percent of women said dating app use was only cheating if flirty messages were exchanged."So much of the popular narrative makes Millennials look like opportunistic hedonists, glued to their phones and always looking for short-term flings… Millennials get a bad rap when it comes to just about everything. But if our survey data shows anything, it’s that Millennials aren’t all that different from the generations preceding them.They’re just using the tools available to them."Do we like our dating apps? But we're also optimistic about finding love IRL — not just casual sex.