Kenya casual dating
In today’s social muddle, will Kenyans jump on the bandwagon?
Launched in 2012, Tinder has quickly outpaced rivals to establish itself as the most talked about, if not most used, dating site in the world. Users create a profile, usually linked to their Facebook account, using some basic information on their preferences and their location.
Since the launch of Tinder back in 2012, and with people bored of long drawn out profiles and endless messaging back and forth on traditional dating sites, there is no denying that dating apps are now the go-to method if you want to meet someone online these days.
And whether it’s something deep and meaningful you’re after or a hassle-free hook up, there’s a dating app for you.
Users indicate their like or dislike of a profile by swiping right or left respectively, and the profile in question is either permanently removed from the person’s archives, or matched for conversation and ideally, a real life meeting.
They say you can tell a lot by a person’s voice – and this app proves exactly that. Howaboutwe What better way to get to know someone than over a few beers in a pub – or not.
Deep inside the Maasai Mara, the jewel of Kenya’s game reserves, just as his ancestors have done for centuries…a Maasai warrior is on the hunt. I can know where the buffalo can target the people to kill. So they’ve asked Moses to be their guide, a rare treat, now that he employs six drivers, part of Kenya’s 700 million dollar tourism trade. A stereotype image that most people haveon the Maasai warrior is that of a tall and slender man clutching a spear in onehand with his red cloth wrapped around his waist or over his shoulder.
Once, like any true tribal warrior, he would have approached, spear in hand.
Although adults use these apps both for casual hookups and for scouting out more long-term relationships, they're risky for teens.
For starters, although many of the apps aren't intended for them, it's easy for savvy teens to get around registration-related age restrictions. Location sharing increases the potential for a real-life meeting; less dangerous but still troubling is the heavy emphasis on looks as a basis for judgment.