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“They definitely come across as super douchey, and obviously don’t respect boundaries when they message you even though you didn’t match.
The one that I did respond to, he got so angry that I turned him down that he wrote a fake Craigslist ad and posted my Instagram, and I woke up to like 15 horny dudes messaging me.” Unfortunately, this is far from the first case of Tindstagramming gone wrong.
Often I've suspected these were men living out their fantasies by creating an online faux-Domme persona that enforces them.
The phenomenon has its roots in a new feature announced in April of 2015, when Tinder first allowed users to link their Instagram accounts to the app.
On its face, the move seemed pretty inoffensive — now you could wow potential matches with your expertly curated grid, !
— but in practice, the change ushered in a new era for the app.
Previously, Tinder had been pretty surprisingly decent at keeping its users anonymous — the only thing you knew about your potential date was their first name, general employment or education info, and whatever was revealed through their short (and usually terrible) bio.
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“I didn’t think this actually happened — that people honest to god thought DM-sliding from Tinder was gonna be the way to, what, get laid? I don’t know what they’re looking for, but it’s not coming from me.” Mike, an NYC-based Tindstagrammer who preferred to stay anonymous, told me that he’s actually gotten dates from these blind messages.