Dating for people who hate people
Kara specializes in coaching feminist women and gender non-conforming individuals who believe in equality, but still have trouble acting in ways that match those beliefs.
Her goal is to help people change the way they feel about what they’re feeling, and to recognize that the stories they tell themselves “I work with people who know they ‘should’ feel confident, but secretly worry that the reason they don’t have a partner is that there is something wrong with them,” she tells me.
The topics widely vary, including everything from Donald Trump and paying extra for guacamole to butt selfies and Dominoes pizza.
Oh, and biting ice cream — because apparently that's a pretty contentious one.
But it’s not quite as cut and dry or simplistic as .
“When people talk about positive thinking, it’s not a mysterious attraction force,” she says. Kara suggests allowing yourself to reflect on dates through that lens, rather than seeing him or her as a list of bullet points that exists in a vacuum.“So many of us are so judgmental about the people we meet while dating,” Kara says.
You look for someone based solely on their looks and their listed interests. Yet, I guess that isn't too far off from finding someone without the internet's help. Founder Brendan Alper initially came up with idea as a joke, perhaps turning it into a comedy series.Brendan Alper, founder and CEO of Hater took his app on ABC’s hit show, Shark Tank.He ultimately was offered 0,000 from shark Mark Cuban. It’s been well-received in New York City, where it has many users.After scrolling through countless, continually changing topics, Haters starts presenting potential matches based on the topics you hate or don't hate. Despite being on the dating app market for only two months, Haters has amassed over 200,000 users.In fact, it is actually the most popular lifestyle app in Germany right now!
The app connects people based on what they hate instead of the traditional way of matching people based on similar interests.