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'650 matches on Tinder and nothing has worked out' For Gi, a content marketing manager who works at a start-up, serious dating is near impossible in Berlin, although she says “sex is easy to find” if you’re looking for casual hook-ups.
The 30-year-old, who’s originally from India, but came to Berlin via Munich and Dortmund a few years ago, describes the German capital as an “expat city”.
She’s met someone through a business networking site.
“I’m hopeful that the relationship will go somewhere,” she says.
“There’s a huge batch of people who come in and go out,” she says.
Around 9.6 percent of the population is browsing for dates – or casual sex – on apps, as well as a host of other online sites. When it comes to the dates she’s had, Trish has used Bumble – the app which allows women to make the first move – but it’s not been such a great experience for her.
The last 2 weeks have proved me wrong, and I am so pleased that I found my lovely man on the site.
It’s hard out there when it comes to dating, but it’s not all doom and gloom: that’s the picture The Local found as we investigated what it’s like for internationals forming relationships in Germany, whether it’s hook-ups, marriage or lasting friendships. Lost in translation For Trish, a Los Angeles native, Berlin is like “Never Never Land” when it comes to romance.
I am totally utterly thankful and grateful to have met someone through this dating site.
I really didn't think I'd ever get another chance at love.