Hands up if you have ever used a dating app? Raise them a little higher. Don’t be shy now! The yearning for easy access to sex on the men’s side, running parallel to the non-stop stream of attention and validation on the women’s side, have made this new form of dating somewhat addictive. From Tinder to Bumble. OkCupid to Hinge. Match.com to Badoo, the perfect partner is only one swipe away right? That is of course if you have managed to get over your ex. A mental leap eluding Georges who, swipes desultorily whilst craving a sign of acceptance from the true love of his life Laetitia. One Year Swiping On Bumble sees Georges weave together stories that will Red Pill Blue Pill men, shock feminists, and defibrillate incels. The unspoken side of female nature is laid bare as the microphone, for so long monopolised by the likes of Dolly Alderton (author of Everything I Know About Love) is finally placed into the hands of men. And not one mention of Andrew Tate nor Jordan Peterson was needed!
From Covid-19 lockdowns to the Russia-Ukraine War, never did powerful new author Georges Tibet assume that spending one year swiping on the dating app Bumble would profoundly change both his life, as well as his commonly held beliefs concerning the opposite gender. Born in Lyon, France to a middle-class mother and a blue-collar father, Georges left his homeland for London in 2018. His insightful yet witty debut novel is a riposte to bastardised feminism, now rampant in the Western world. In addition to blogging, teaching and fixing Britain’s roads, Georges also provides political and socioeconomic discourses via his personal YouTube Channel. Details anent to the highs and the lows, indeed, the shocks as well as the surprises of the dating world are all laid bare for your humour, approval or, perhaps your disgust. Who knows? Just don’t tell the HR Department at his workplace!