Re­search from the dat­ing app The Grade re­veals that a higher per­cent­age of users swipe right (a way of ex­press­ing in­ter­est) on peo­ple whose names are con­sid­ered by many to be more con­ven­tion­ally fem­i­nine and mas­cu­line than oth­ers.

Men's Health (Singapore) - - BULLETINS -

There’s a rea­son your buddy Andy might be see­ing more Tin­der ac­tion than you are. The big win­ners among men: Andy, Corey, Brett and Tyler. It’s partly about your child­hood, which was prob­a­bly pop­u­lated by car­toon char­ac­ters that locked in those name stereo­types, says US psy­chol­ogy pro­fes­sor James Brun­ing.

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