Let’s join hands, stand together and #Represent Love. For all the singles out there, Valentine’s Day is difficult to get through.This figure increases significantly for Bumble users, who come in at 53% and Hinge users, who come in at 63%.More than 2 out of 3 (70%) of Tinder users are very open to the idea of having an interracial relationship.Emojis are the universal language of the digital age.We use them to show our emotions, to give clarity and context to our conversations, and to represent the world around us.77% of Tinder users say they’re more open-minded about who they date.This is more than 10 points higher (12%) than people who don’t use Tinder.
By allowing you to meet people that aren’t part of your social network, it makes the chance for diversity much more likely.
It may seem like there’s an emoji for everything, but that’s not the case. Repost this video with #Represent Love on social and get others to join the cause.
While emojis for people of color and emojis for same-sex couples both became a reality in 2015, one group of people is still excluded from emoji representation: interracial couples. Couples who post a pic of themselves in the iconic emoji stance on Twitter and tag @tinder with #Represent Love will have a chance to win an emojified version of themselves.
We want to foster an inclusive and diverse community of people on our platform that supports each other, no matter what our similarities or differences are.
Therefore, we commissioned the Global Tinder Survey on Interracial Relationships to find out more about how our users think, feel and connect -- and what we found were some intriguing results.