The Wall Street Journal has a fun A-hed about online daters judging potential mates' spelling and grammar, but I think the one bit of input they got from a gay source says everything we boys need to know about the topic.
Joel Simkhai, CEO of gay dating-app Grindr, doesn’t think everyone cares about the text on dating-app bios. The profile pages for users on Grindr used to include a paragraph of text; now they just show the user’s photo, username and age. The text is still there, but hidden in the menu.
“It’s the visual. I don’t think anybody reads these things,” says Mr. Simkhai. “If you’re hot and attractive to the other person, you’ll meet them. Grammar? Are you kidding?”