WASHINGTON POST - July 26 - A preliminary new study from researchers at Queen Mary University of London, Sapienza University of Rome, and the Royal Ottawa Health Care Group collected data on just how bad this phenomenon is. The researchers say that men seem to be much less discriminating. They're more likely to swipe right, but also much less likely to follow through with a message. Women tend to swipe right when they're serious about connecting. Men take dating apps less seriously. It's riskier for women to reach out. Women are less proactive on dating apps.