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Tinder’s “Year in Swipe” is here—and “situationships” are 2022’s top trend. 

Dec 02 2022

Tinder’s “Year in Swipe” is here—and “situationships” are 2022’s top trend. Gen Z and Millennials have officially coined the term “situationship” and are continuing to make them mainstream. The term refers to “when you’re not quite dating someone, but you’re not just sleeping with them either”—a sticky situation that is kind of intended to be that way. Tinder’s in-app survey among users 18-24-years-old in the U.K., U.S., and Australia done last month shows that “1 in 10 respondents prefer ‘situationships’ as a way to develop a relationship with less pressure.” Tinder also noticed a 49% jump in members adding the term to their profile status from January to October this year. YPulse’s Dating & Relationships report shows that fewer young people are using dating apps to find serious relationships and 52% of 18-24-year-olds say they use dating apps for fun, or just to pass the time. (Mashable)