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Perhaps that's why it's a bit of a running joke in France to have a Tinder profile saying something like: “We'll tell people we met at a museum.” More diversity but also more exclusivity As dating websites become more and more popular in France, they're evolving, becoming more socially diverse but also more targeted.Whereas in 2006 French online daters were mainly urban (Parisian) high-level professionals, users have become more diverse in the past ten years.In the 26-30 range, there are more men than women on these sites, perhaps because men tend to get into serious relationships later than women.But this disparity balances out with age and then eventually reverses.Are dating websites changing the dating game in France?The Local has taken a look at a study on French online dating habits, released in by Ined, an Institute for National Demographics Studies.But in general, it turns out the top place to meet your soul mate is still good old-fashioned real life.Standing looking all doe-eyed underneath the Eiffel Tower is sadly more likely to produce a bunion than Cupid's arrow.
This is an evolving human condition: we are becoming increasingly reluctant to start conversations with people we haven't known our whole lives. Is online dating in France as much of a can of worms as elsewhere? READ ALSO Jealousy and steel balls: My year of dating in France Tinder is Tinder wherever you go in the world.
This is an impressive number compared to some other countries such as the United States, where only 9% of adults visited a dating site in 2013.
Lucie Mariotti, a dating coach in Paris, thinks that many people turn to online dating in France because the French are often too proud or too afraid of failure to ask people out in person.
Most people in the survey said online dating gets them “occasional dates” or flings, but not serious relationships.
This lines up with how the French view dating websites.