Female facetime dating
As someone who is friends with people who love to Face Time (I will never understand), I can say from experience that you only Face Time to show-off that you're Face Timing.Yesterday was #Data Privacy Day, and yet today we bring you news of another privacy breach — this time concerning Apple's Group Face Time.In terms of May-December romances, there's been a longtime double standard when it comes to which half of the couple is "December": Women who date younger men encounter fascinated curiosity, judgment, and even a loaded nickname that rose to prominence in the early 2000's, while men in relationships with younger women are simply known as..in relationships.If you've ever felt a spark with a guy eight or more years your junior but hesitated to give things a try, you might have told yourself it'll never work.As first reported by 9to5Mac, a serious bug was discovered that lets users call anyone with Face Time and then instantly hear the audio coming from their recipient's phone — before the recipient has even accepted or declined the incoming call.Nothing short of creepy, and the person on the receiving end gets no indication of the caller's ability to hear their audio.
But no, these two decided to keep up their phone call in the midst of the nosey cameras, presumably because they DGAF about what people say about their friendship (or because they *cough* wanted to be seen Face Timing each other because it is funny).
Jess Carbino, the former in-house sociologist for dating apps Tinder and Bumble, says that her research with women over fifty revealed a strong desire to date men eight or more years younger, in part because they assume that age group will be more open to new experiences.
"They find the aging process for men to be more accelerated than among women, in terms of their desires for exploration, and are interested in younger men who may be less set in their ways," she says.
Then there's Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra..get the picture.
And according to a 2017 study from dating website Elite Singles, 450,000 of their male users between age 20 and 29 preferred dating an older woman (with 11 years being the most desirable gap).