Whitney Wolfe ushers in the feminist dating app of our time

Whitney Wolfe is the founder and CEO of Bumble, she is also the Co-Founder of Tinder, Bumble and Tinder are both dating apps. Whitney Wolfe was born in Salt Lake City, Utah and was educated at Southern Methodist University. Whitney Wolfe’s resume is impressive and she is has made massive accomplishments in the dating app industry. Most impressively she is only 27 and was named one of Business Insider’s 30 Most Important Women Under 30 In Tech in 2014. The young CEO is estimated to be worth $250 million.

Whitney’s latest project is an app called Bumble. After leaving Tinder, Whitney decided it was time for an app that was devoid of nudity and unsolicited pictures between users as a form of initial contact. No Whitney wanted better for internet dating users and she wanted to make it a less intrusive process for all concerned. That is why she created Bumble. Bumble is a relatively new dating app that is focused on women taking the first steps to approaching a man or a woman (yes the app is same sex friendly). Once contact is made the initiator must make conversation within 24 hours of the connection between the two is severed permanently. This company is truly changing the rules of online dating game. In a recent interview with Vanity Fair, Whitney spoke about the pitfalls of online dating for females and hopes that Bumble will be the game changer that breaks down old stereotypes about what you needed to have to find a man.

Bumble (with its 11 million registered users) is an app that is going to take the old idealism of the 1950’s and wipe the floor with it as Neo-Feminism ushers in the next generation of dating apps for the modern and uncompromising woman who is ready to find love on her terms.

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