Per the site’s blog:“As women, we knew that in order to allow ourselves to become vulnerable — to take a chance on the unknown — we first had to cultivate a community standard of safety, comfort, and trust.
facilitates a continuous stream of successful matches?Many of the male investors she approached about her vision for a new virtual dating paradigm were immediately dubious of her claims that women were looking to feel more secure with online options. you can't handle all these complicated installations because you're a woman'--I'd never had those conversations before." Long dissatisfied with the dating app landscape and frustrated by the lack of commitment to making women feel secure, Lee and Siren co-founder and COO Katrina Hess set out to create something totally different.They also openly doubted that she was the woman who could realize such a shift -- one exec said his first impression of her "was of a very tiny, very friendly woman" he "wanted to bat around" and whose friendliness "detracted from her credibility." Lee, who identifies herself as a maker first and foremost, draws a stark comparison with her past in the art realm: "It's as if I had gone into the art world, and every curator I'd met had gone 'Oh, yeah . Per the site's blog: "As women, we knew that in order to allow ourselves to become vulnerable--to take a chance on the unknown--we first had to cultivate a community standard of safety, comfort, and trust.Launched nationally just two months ago, Siren currently has 9,500 members — at a female-to-male ratio across all ages — and a pile of success stories (including a recent engagement).You have your shit together, and people are clamoring to date you, but you’re not ready for a relationship.