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“We hope that you can instead use your profile to give people an insight into your interests, rather than a made-up monicker.” Users will need to update their profile with real names, although OKCupid doesn’t say anything about verifying identities, and the signup page currently only asks for a first name.
“Normally when people introduce themselves via messaging they say for example, ‘hi, i'm Sean,’ instead of ‘hi, I'm sadclown4eva,’” the spokesperson says.
“Also we are only asking people for first names only, not their last names, so this is an added level of protection.” Even so, the comparison to AIM is apt — whether or not it turns out to be good for business, OKCupid is retiring another little part of the old web.
You can 'hide' who you don’t want to see, and the rest are available for you to connect with. A cute (and very yellow) dating app with a twist - only girls are able to make the first move.
This saves girls the aggro of getting those hideous openers (' What’s the difference between jam and jelly?Using real first names is standard on newer dating sites like Tinder.