The photos were interchangeable: the look-at-me-with-my-niece-I’m-good-with-kids shot, the body-shot, and the look-I-visited-Machu-Pichu shot.(I’m starting to feel like I missed the Groupon for that trip).Every week we introduce more quality singles to each other at our events than most people meet all year! Check out our events schedule to see all our upcoming Speed Dating events and Singles Parties!New York Dating Coach in the Media Don't waste time on any more bad dates and boring conversations.However, under the photos, a trend in descriptions was emerging.
They were concerned about stigma, negative reactions from colleagues or online retribution.NY Minute Dating is the singles events leader of New York.Our customers are young single professionals in their 20s, 30s, and early 40s.“I just said, ‘ok, nice to meet you.’” Following last year’s election, the Trump name isn’t just on the towering buildings of the New York skyline.For some in the city, it’s the latest dating deal breaker.What if you could -- without stress -- go out and meet singles and actually enjoy your conversation? It’s your typical midtown Manhattan happy-hour crowd: Groups of co-workers with buckets of beer, a family of tourists and a couple at the bar enjoying the tense chemistry of a successful-looking early date.Frequently, the people I came across seemed interested in steering clear of anyone who supported Trump.“Swipe left if you voted for Trump,” I’d see on one profile. The woman, a Chicago native, sought out the club because she felt politically isolated and sick of being told that she was wrong all the time.Men and women were asking suitors to immediately discount themselves based on how they voted in 2016.On two of the main dating apps used by New Yorkers – Tinder and Bumble – you swipe right if interested in the person (and hope they do too, for a match) and left to reject the candidate.