Co-founders Neil Raman and Michelle Li told the Daily Dot that the idea for the app emerged after they watched a viral video showing men mocking a woman for her size.
However, after the date (which Angelina thought had gone well) she asked her date if he want to meet up again, only to be ghosted.The simplest approach to avoid this problem is to continue to use the Facebook app but not use the in-app browser.There are certain kinds of photos users of dating apps tend to loathe, and the suggestive mirror selfie tends to be at the top of that list, somewhere near photos of guys holding a fish and gym selfies.It also limits children’s exposure to potential predators, and respects the children’s right to privacy. While many people agree that people who take these kinds of photos are generally (or are on the app because they’re mainly trolling for hookups), there’s something to be said for allowing people to post whatever stupid photo of themselves they’d like. Bumble is the app by women, for women, so it’s trying to eliminate some of the skeeviness you’ll find on rival dating apps like its top competitor Tinder.However, Bumble will still allow photos of parents and children together, and will continue to leave it up to its users as to whether or not they’ll take the step of blurring out their children’s faces. After all, it’s a great way to weed out the narcissists, isn’t it? Force the men on Bumble to put their clothes back on, and you’ll at least give the appearance of being a more respectable, more legitimate, dating app.