So, it seems Tinder does not take criticism well.

Journalist Nancy Jo Sales published an article titled “Tinder and the Dawn of the ‘Dating Apocalypse'” in Vanity Fair‘s September issue. The piece, which is already online, examines the impact dating apps like Tinder are having on the romantic lives of young people. Sales focuses on the experiences of New York banker bros and sorority girls who are busy “Tindering. Or OkCupiding, or Happning, or Hinging.”

Sales is asking what this new frontier in dating culture is doing to us, and particularly to young women. And by her social cross section, it doesn’t look good. Take this sample quote: “‘It’s like ordering Seamless,’ says Dan, the investment banker, referring to the online food-delivery service. ‘But you’re ordering a person.'” Read more…

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Tinder, pissed at Vanity Fair, went on an epic Twitter rant