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She told me: "When I started this as a career, men were more concerned with getting laid. She believes that women are leaning into this hooking-up thing.Now it seems that there is a shift toward commitment." Could this be because men are making less money and women more? She insists: "Women finally own their sexual power, and they are driving the current 'hookup culture' that brings satisfaction without guilt, but at the expense of intimacy." The New York Times recently intimated that this might be the case, but I just assumed this was the Times on one of its lifestyle binges.And with that in mind, perhaps in a few years running background checks on your matches could be the norm.“Everyone deserves to have someone to turn to to help them in their quest for love,” says Nashawaty.“We find out every place your partner is online,” Nashawaty explains.
Aste charges £23.50 for a background check, so it’s a bit steep if you’re planning on doing it before every date, but if you have an inkling and want peace of mind, it’s not outrageous.
“If that means they were in a small news story from 2002 about building a movie theatre in their parents’ home, you get that too.” still want to date the person and thus already know everything about them.
Still, people like the reassurance of knowing they’re not meeting someone dangerous.
“That's also how we can do it so quickly.” Incredibly, 45 per cent of people they’ve investigated were hiding something - nine per cent were married, nine per cent had arrest records, 11 per cent hde conflicting information and 16 per cent were catfishing (pretending to be someone they’re not).
On one memorable occasion, Nashawaty found one of the suspects had been arrested for dating women to molest their children.
Similarly, last November the Metropolitan Police reported that they'd seen a 2000 per cent rise in the number of crimes involving Tinder and Grindr since 2012.