For worse or for better, dating apps have become an integral part of our popular culture.
This was only made more clear when Match Group, the parent company of dating apps like Tinder and Ok Cupid, went public in November. We're already shown you the most popular dating apps — like The League, Tinder, Ok Cupid, and Coffee Meets Bagel.
Dating profiles are always somewhat embarrassing, but the data in question was particularly sensitive to users: their STI status.Obviously, living in a 300-square-foot home isn't for everyone—especially when you're sharing that space with someone else—and it can potentially be difficult to explain to a Mc Mansion lover why you've decided to live in house the size of someone's closet."While researching the tiny house movement, I noticed several themes.One of them was that 'other people' just don't understand our values," said founder Kai Rostcheck in an interview with Tiny House Blog."They were having a hard time meeting people who shared their perspective on what's important, so first dates rarely went much further."Like other super-specific dating sites (Farmers Only, Equestrian Cupid), Tiny House Dating is not just about tiny houses, but rather about the values surrounding the lifestyle.