The Exclusive Dating App For Celebrities And Influencers – Why Raya Is Labeled Illuminati Of Apps?

Are we further creating a world of intimacy haves and have-nots?
By: The Conversation
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BURLINGTON, Vt. - Nov. 3, 2022 - PRLog -- By: Lisa Portolan, Western Sydney University

In 2020, Sharon Stone tweeted that her Bumble dating profile had been closed due to users reporting the account as fake. In less than 24 hours, Bumble had restored her account, and apologised for the misunderstanding.

You might be forgiven for thinking the Basic Instinct star couldn't possibly be looking for love on a mainstream dating app like Bumble. It's not every day that you swipe left to discover the next profile to be a Hollywood celebrity

However it would appear celebrities, are just like the rest of us. Looking for love or intimacy in a world where the face-to-face meetings are no longer commonplace. Unlike Sharon Stone, instead of using Bumble, the majority use their own special dating app called Raya.

A membership to this invite-only dating app is as exclusive as you would expect, with only a small number of elite applicants accepted on the app ⁠– which means your chances of charming, and dating someone rich and famous on Tinder (insert shocked emoji) just got even slimmer.

What is Raya?

Launched in 2015, Raya, prides itself on being "an exclusive dating, and networking platform for people in creative industries."

The New York Times reports only about 8% of applications are accepted, meaning Raya has a higher rejection rate than the illustrious Harvard Business School.

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