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Bateman told The Huffington Post she wanted to introduce the experiment to her following because she thought it made an important point about how women are treated on the Internet.
Bateman then began responding to her own "complimentary" messages in a similar fashion, including those received through Twitter direct message, Facebook and texting. Below are a few of them, which she provided to Huff Post: "Many responses state how 'vain' and 'conceited' I was for agreeing with their compliment which I found baffling," Bateman said.
K., shared Boniface's Tumblr post with her 66,700 Twitter followers.
"Why give me the compliment in the first place if you didn't want me to believe it?
When you meet someone online and you start spending more and more time together, the last thing you’re thinking about is your online dating profile, let alone updating or deleting it.
The app has changed the way people date and find relationships.
In some cases the changes are good but in many cases the changes are bad. One of the benefits is the lack of scrolling through profiles to determine if a person is someone worth connecting with.