Heterosexual dating conventions have long held that men make the first move: first to flirt, first to ask out on a date, first to propose.
What if the roles were reversed?
That’s what one dating app, Bumble, has tried to do.
Bumble brands itself as a feminist dating app that’s designed to empower women. According to Bumble’s website, the app was developed to “challenge the antiquated rules of dating” by requiring those who identify as women to initiate communication with men they match with.