Charlotte singles use FaceTime for video dates — and it’s working for some – Charlotte Agenda
Under the stay at home order, more and more singles in Charlotte have embraced video dating.
“I did a FaceTime date with a guy I met on Hinge,” one dater told the Agenda. “It was really sweet, we both had our drinks ready to go. We hit it off the first night and had another one the next night with dinner.”
Zoom out: Coronavirus has quickly changed dating. Bumble rolled out a dating during coronavirus guide written by an epidemiologist. Tinder launched Tinder Passport, making it possible to match with people anywhere around the world. And Coffee Meets Bagel produced a virtual dating guide after they saw a spike in video chat demand.
Survey says: In an effort to understand Charlotte dating trends during coronavirus, we recently sent a survey to Agenda newsletter subscribers covering topics ranging from mental health to toilet paper supply to dating. More than 4,000 readers responded. While some Charlotte singles said, “no virtual dates, I’m not that into it” and