Tinder

Tinder is a winner

The advent of the new dating app Tinder is a mostly positive development.Continue...

Screening for love

A computer screen or a phone doesn’t seem like a normal place for a relationship to begin.Continue...

A scheduling conflict with commitment

Hook-up culture is getting us nowhere but into a mess of tangled sheets and unreturned text messages.Continue...

Yes, I’m aware I’m Asian

When I think of a racist, I picture someone throwing insults at a certain ethnicity. I didn’t realize racism could be disguised in the form of admiration — until I started using Tinder.Continue...

Algorithmic love

Holographic hook-ups? Swipes for sex? Technology is changing the way we build love and relationships in the modern world.Continue...

Re:Vers-ing sexual relationship norms

Amidst the hot summer months, a handful of Queen’s students banded together to start a riot — more specifically, the Riot Theatre company.Continue...

Swiping left on traditional dating

As Queen’s students, we live in an area with a ridiculously high concentration of young, attractive and educated singles. There’s a surplus of eligible mates at our disposal, and we’re on Tinder.Continue...

Swipe right on condoms

Swiping right on a sexy picture won’t give you an STI, but having sex without protection certainly might.Continue...

Filtered to perfection

When I first got Tinder, a friend gave me some advice to help me master the art. She said I need: “A party photo to look cool, a travel photo to look interesting and a selfie to look hot, obviously.” Obviously.Continue...