High class dating site
“So you want to date someone who shares your education level and ambition? Not really, I thought—I went to school with a bunch of econ majors in critter shorts and I find naked ambition unbecoming in a man—but I signed up anyway.
And after one week on The League’s waitlist (allegedly 35,000 people deep), I was accepted. (I was also prompted to join a group for people who go to Martha’s Vineyard, but I do not take my summers on the Cape.)I asked a colleague whom I knew to be on Raya what he liked about the app.
The people on the platform got to stand on the platform.—see what I did there? Tinder Select is also the latest elite dating app to reject me.
It was an implicit rejection, yes, because I didn’t know Tinder Select was a thing, but still.
We are one of the premier social networking sites dating back to 2003.
For a short time, I was convinced, in spite of all external evidence, that I was clinically plain.
Then, last summer, having recovered my self-esteem, a.k.a. Raya is “an exclusive platform for people in creative industries.” I got the app for the same reasons many people did: (a) I am in a creative industry; (b) I wanted to see if Zac Efron is on it.
In The League, you only get a few matches every day because the app wants them to feel "special." When I was accepted, I was presented with three Elite men. “To be honest, it was a thrilling adventure,” he said.
They were all well-educated, white, and in finance. “One time I got picked up for drinks by a C-lister's manager.
The first elite dating app to reject me was Beautiful People.com, which reached peak popularity in 2010.