When Bumble began in 2014 a community of users sprang up around the site. These users were mostly young women from the millennial generation and older females from generation Z. These women range in age from 18 to 35 and they view the world through a different spectrum. Bumble is a dating site that does the very same thing.
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Bumble is all about female empowerment. Whitney Wolfe designed it that way. Any man logging onto this site thinking he is going to get some cheap thrills and blatant nudity, might as well rethink his motives. The site is not about feeding men and their stereotypes it’s about bringing out the best in women. Women are equal to men and in some regards they are superior. Bumble brings this reality to the forefront.
The community that sprang up around Bumble was not by accident. There are millions of of women allover the country that love this this site and Whitney Wolfe. They like it because they can search for a love connection. They also like this site because it allows them to connect with other females in terms of friendship, business connections and acquaintances. Whitney Wolfe decided to gather this online community into the real world. She has set up different locations in and around Austin where her company is based for this purpose.
Bumble also has communities all over the country. These communities are in physical spaces and not just on the web. They were established for the purpose of gathering people together to share their experience with Bumble. Bumble’s communities are vibrant, tech driven and a place where people can sometimes make a real love connection. Whitney Wolfe’s real world Bumble communities help to bring the online world into focus. They allow online users to have a real physical place to go so that they can discuss the dating app and share their experiences.
Whitney Wolfe wants Bumble users to have the best experience possible. This is why her dating app is so important to their cause. Bumble is a great place for women and men to meet in the real world and get to know each other. The real world Bumble communities that are located all over this country is just an extension of the online world of Bumble dating.
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