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Coffee Meets Bagel claims 100,000 to 500,000 users and has attracted .8 million in funding.
Others, like Bumble, which launched late 2014, are newcomers on the market.
In Utah, he claims, there are now 150 Mormon women for every 100 Mormon men, “a 50 percent oversupply of women,” even though , there are actually more men than women in the state. He says Mormon men leave the faith in higher numbers than women, making the statistics of available, active LDS singles significantly lopsided by gender. According to a Pew study released in May of this year, 64% of people who are raised LDS in America still self-identify as Mormon as adults, which is higher than the retention rate for Catholics (59%) or mainline Protestants (45%).
The In a study based on data from the General Social Survey, Phillips and Cragun show that between 19, 92.6% of Mormon respondents in the MCR [Mormon Culture Region] who reported being LDS at age 16 were still members of the church when they were surveyed. But even though disaffiliation is a national social trend, I’m sure that’s cold comfort to the general authorities in Salt Lake City.
These girls thrive in their careers, are loyal friends, and have huge senses of self worth.
And yes, these girls find themselves constantly on the receiving end of the world's most annoying question; "how are you single? as in; no consistent text flirtations, no joe schmo to call on a lonely night, no pending date invitations, no "drinks sent over" meet and greets .
Female entrepreneurs have seen an opening, and several dating apps have been created by women — for women.
Whether they’ll be hugely successful remains to be seen.
They made an appearance on “Shark Tank” in January and turned down a million offer to buy their company.
Dattch is the dating app aimed at women who are lesbian, bi or “bi-curious.” Dattch was started by former marketer, Robyn Exton, when a friend of hers was going through a breakup.
The thing to do was get the lady back on the market, but according to Exton, the selections for gay women were paltry.
And with single men apparently leaving at higher rates than single women, Mormons are left with a different kind of problem: a large cohort of single women in a church that upholds marriage as the godly ideal not just for this life, but also the next. Parshall, Laura Durham, Naomi Watkins and Chelsea Sue, pictured at right) were amazing, and they have fulfilling lives, careers, and families (because yes, you still have a family even when you’re not married with children).
Last week, an excellent Trib Talk episode put four single Mormon women in conversation about being single in a married church. These women, and thousands like them, are only “screwed” if everyone in Mormondom keeps telling them .