Security and safety are paramount in the app, said Edwards, adding she wants to promote a sense of chivalry within the app, a trait that seems to have been lost within other similar online connection services. The app hopes to stand against the notion that sex is a requirement on first dates, as the right-of-center individuals who will use the site will hopefully hold a more conservative set of principles and moral guidelines, she added. What’s more, Edwards said, the idea for Righter was born of a desire to combat the apparent political bias against conservatives on other dating apps.“What’s wrong with a man touching your hand, or your back, or wanting to give you a hug, or hopefully a kiss goodnight? She said her market research found that people on Tinder who identified as conservative were more likely to be swiped left, or in other words, rejected because of their political beliefs.
According to evidenced-based research, more than 65% of the users give positive reviews about the site.In conjunction with that, you may find a woman who has more than your expected preferences.That said, it is possible to learn new things from a woman who not only meets your expectations but also exceeds them.“This isn’t set up for sex,” Righter app founder Christy Edwards told Righter is going to be an app that is easy and fun to use and that will connect you with other “right-minded” singles who appreciate the Conservative lifestyle. pic.twitter.com/dg TYPLVPnx — Righter (@wearerighter) October 25, 2018 The free app is expected to work like most dating apps.Users make a profile and can swipe left or right depending on their level of interest.