Not to mention it can be difficult to find singles who share your same goals and beliefs.That's why BYU graduates have created a new dating app, one named based on a witty play on LDS terms: Mutual.
Some of the pictures on the website are cheesy looking. You get the feeling that the people behind CTR Match are truly interested in helping singles meet and aren’t just trying to make money.
CTR Match Rating: (out of 4 stars) Price: $2.00/month, or less if you pay for several months at once What’s Free:-Free LDS Compatibility Survey-Send and Read Unlimited, Real Messages-View detailed profile information, including 1 picture, and a self description paragraph.-See who matches up best with you according to our matching calculations, including potential points of relationship strength and friction.-The ability to rate pictures and have it affect your score with them. They say their goal is to make the site actually usable for free members, while being more usable for paying customers.
According to the Pew Research Center, 38 percent of Americans who are single and actively looking for a partner have used online dating services.
For all those YSA men out there, here's some advice on how to enter the online dating world or improve your online dating experience, based on many conversations I've had with my like-minded female YSA friends. If this is who you really are, then feel free to include them, and if you really are desperate, shallow and prideful, you won’t care about being perceived that way.” If you really don’t have any friends who can help, grandmas are really good at taking pictures with phones these days. Unanimous approval on this one from the kinds of LDS women you’re hoping to attract.
Mutual is a place where LDS singles can make meaningful connections that lead to real dating.
The app was created by BYU grads who know how difficult it is to meet others with similar interests and standards, especially outside of Provo.As Lissa said, “If you are seriously looking for a relationship, avoid any pictures with your shirt off, where you’re doing any kind of pout or duck face, or that are taken in the bathroom mirror.No self-respecting girl wants to show that photo to her future grandchildren. ‘This is the picture that made me fall in love with Grandpa. ’ No.)” On non-LDS-specific sites or apps, either add LDS, Mormon or BYU (if you’re a fan) into your profile."Twitter critics of the court decision are saying that it's the result of a 'bully verdict,' an assault on religious liberty, or worse," CBC News reported.The settlement announcement comes at a time when anti-discrimination laws and religious liberty protections are repeatedly coming into conflict, such as on college campuses and in state legislatures.Tinder has been making marriages and headlines for years now.