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And, there is an unspoken understanding that what happens online, stays online, so, if (when) you do see someone you know on a dating site, it may be an opportunity to approach him or her in a way you couldn’t before.If my experience with online dating in Nunavut has taught me anything, it's that finding romance is universally complicated, but wholeheartedly worth it once you find that someone who could be the tinder for your fire.
On the other hand, if you see an Inuktitut word thrown in there and maybe a sealfie, you’re likely looking at a legit Nuna profile.First of all, dating sites are full of fake accounts, specifically ones targeted at men with women who are “too good to be true” and ask their matches to visit an external site and enter their credit card information.Now, there is no questioning which accounts are fake and which are real in Nunavut.I had been single for six months before I decided to activate my Tinder account within Nunavut’s borders. Embarking into the world of online dating in Nunavut feels a little like asking someone to take pity on you than to genuinely consider you for a relationship. If you’ve been in the territory for any amount of time, you already know everyone else on the site, sometimes too well. As such the number of people actually using it is limited. It took about one minute of browsing before the familiar, “There are no more matches in your area” screen appeared.
I had always been apprehensive of online dating, especially in the North, not only because of the fresh shame of disclosing to the world that I was single and looking, but because of who I would be admitting that to. You know their stories, their history, their families, and likely have personal experiences with them already. Within minutes of activating Tinder, my fears were confirmed. After about eight profiles, my foray into Tinder ended.
The selection of potential partners is limited, as is any real privacy beyond the walls of your computer.