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Just before her new Netflix show premieres, Chelsea Handler — known lately for naked selfies — kept her clothes on when she sat down with “Extra's” Charissa Thompson recently to chat about dating.
Handler joked, "I’m not naked today because I feel very bloated." When she’s not taking her clothes off for social media, she is checking out dating apps, like Tinder, Raya, and Bumble. It’s so much fun.” When Charissa told Chelsea that many will probably think Chelsea’s dating accounts are fake, she responded, "I don’t care what people think.
The members I interviewed all loved the immersive, impressionistic quality.
(“The music is a great way to tell if someone is basic,” one artist told me over coffee.
The League, another private dating app, launched last year amid widespread media coverage and .1 million in seed money, and has attracted that’s elite by some standards but blandly corporate by others. Since it launched in March, it has stayed totally out of the press.
The people that gravitate to this are diverse, but also, generally, more (internet) famous than their counterparts on other dating services.
Watching the procession of photos felt intimate, like Face Timing a friend, but also creepy, like hacking into someone’s phone. Patrick has a last name even your grandmother who’s never used an app would recognize — his dad’s a movie star.
But because we’d both been accepted to Raya, we could be chatting in just a few clicks, if we both tapped the heart on each other’s profiles.calls itself “an exclusive dating and networking platform for people in creative industries.” I’ve also heard it called “Illuminati Tinder.” Members are admitted by a secretive, anonymous committee, based in part on their Instagram presence.
“But then they match with you and you’re messaging., supposedly to help prominent members looking for dates distinguish themselves from fake accounts.