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(They supposedly kicked this woman off because shes black, so theres that.) if you want to marry a Winklevoss and also try not to be black." title="" src="data:image/gif;base64, R0l GODlh AQABAIAAAAAAAP///y H5BAEAAAAALAAAAAABAAEAAAIBRAA7" data-src="https://hips.hearstapps.com/cos.h-cdn.co/assets/cm/14/25/539ff1cb87ea6_-_cos-01-ivy-date-de.jpg?resize=768:*" /The plum-colored homepage of Ivydate displays the torsos of a classy dancing couple, the woman with a bare back. "They should rebrand this app `The Basics,'" Ng snarked. For she too is a graduate of the he woman that Ng was mocking happens to be one of Bradford's best friends, and she is also a CMU graduate, not to mention "insanely talented,"and "gorgeous, smart, creative and an inspiration." Also, that woman's profile was a fake.
PS: yes, I do realize that this is all great publicity for The League, and I half suspect that the whole Victor Ng thing was a stunt organized in order to help this sad little dating app rise up out of the noisy crowd of dating apps.
If that's the case, then I tip my hat to Amanda Bradford.
And unlike the smartphone dating app Tinder, the agency focuses on matchmaking, not hook-ups.
Ms Ward partners couples on “non-negotiable qualities”, such as physical form, whether they smoke or ever want children.
22, Business Insider ran a story about Bradford and The League, describing the app as "a more selective Tinder that's only for the most interesting and motivated single people," and saying that Bradford "wants to match tons of power couples." To get in, you have to be "carefully selected by Bradford's team using an are-you-cool-enough algorithm her tech team built." If you get in, you can invite one friend, but "All other singles have to wait in a virtual line and hope they're top-notch enough to join The League's elite pool of prospects," Business Insider reported.