Social media has become the most popular meeting place for people. It has become every bit as popular as television. More people are spending time either engaging on social media in place of television or engaging while watching television. Whitney Wolfe has seen this phenomenon herself. One thing that can be said about social media is that it is one of the ways people of all walks of life interact with one another. However, Whitney Wolfe has seen one thing about social media which she didn’t like. It made her think about what type of platform and environment she would want to bring to people online.
One thing that she has noticed about social media is that it is a harsh environment for a lot of people. For one thing, people who are involved in social media often have to deal with a lot of trolls and people talking like macho men. There are a lot of altercations with people saying some unthinkable things that they probably would not say to a person in his presence. As a matter of fact, social media is the one place where people can adopt online personas that are a lot tougher than their real life personas. Billion-Dollar Bumble: How Whitney Wolfe Herd Built America’s Fastest-Growing Dating App
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This is obviously not the world that Whitney Wolfe wanted. She wants a world that is more truthful and honest. Fortunately, Whitney Wolfe is not the type of person who is going to complain and not do anything about it. She has made a point step outside of her comfort zone and build a network for herself so that she will be able to encourage people to share kind words with one another. Whitney Wolfe has done a lot of things in the name of feminism and also friendliness. As a philanthropist, Whitney is willing to help people find ways to handle their trauma.