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“More often than not, I’m seeing people saying, ‘Swipe left if you voted for Trump,’” Spiria said, referring to the practice on the mobile dating app Tinder of rejecting a potential match.The influence of the #Me Too movement, which calls attention to sexual harassment and assault, cannot be ignored, Spira said.
HAVE you started dating someone who has lavished on the attention and then things have quickly soured?
Chances are you could have been a victim of “love bombing.” First we had ghosting and then benching, but this brutal new dating trend is yet another obstacle that singletons have to deal with this year - and could be the most manipulative tactic yet.
Since July 2016, women’s interest in politics rose more than 43 percent, according to the matchmaking site e Harmony, and men who mention politics in their profile get 12.9 percent of their matches to start talking as opposed to 4.9 percent for those who don’t.
After Election Day 2016 and Inauguration Day last year, e Harmony saw a 35 percent increase in membership.
The Trump era’s effect on romance is something Spira, a dating expert, has seen in her professional capacity.
Today, wearing a “Make America Great Again” hat at a bar might get you a free drink – or get one thrown in your face.Partisan antipathy reached new heights leading to Trump’s election.A 2016 Pew Research Center study found that 55 percent of Democrats said the GOP makes them “afraid” while 49 percent of Republicans said the same thing about the Democratic Party.Politics went from being rarely discussed to causing a major schism between the liberal Spira and her partner, who wished President Donald Trump a happy birthday on social media.The couple –who had fallen in love at first sight, spent seven years together, broken up and then re-connected — went their separate ways shortly after Inauguration Day.Dale wrote on Psychology Today: “If extravagant displays of affection continue indefinitely, if actions match words, and there is no devaluation phase, then it’s probably not love bombing.“On the other hand, if there’s an abrupt shift in the type of attention, from affectionate and loving to controlling and angry, with the pursuing partner making unreasonable demands, that’s a red flag.Trump’s election “has polarized the nation in general.Naturally it’s spilled over into the dating world,” said Jonathan Alpert, a Manhattan-based psychotherapist and author of a Huffington Post column on how to keep politics from ruining your relationship.“(Trump) is a word that just brings out so many emotions in people,” he said.Once well behind other attributes, politics is now a more important factor in choosing someone to date.