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I’m on Hinge – my red flag detector tells me straight away if guys I’m trying to date are sexist

A single New Yorker insists every woman should have a “red flag detector” on her dating profile – and hers is being hailed as “brilliant”.

On her Hinge profile, Brooklyn single Samantha DeBardelaben offers potential dates “Two truths and a lie,” and if they make a wrong choice, she knows instantly if they’re being sexist.

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On her Hinge profile, Brooklyn single Samantha DeBardelaben offers “Two Truths and a Lie” for potential datesPhoto credit: Tiktok/sdebardelaben
She called it a "red flag detector," She notes that if they don't think it's likely that her mother is a rocket scientist, it's a bad sign

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She called it a “red flag detector,” noting that if they don’t think it’s likely that their mother is a rocket scientist, it’s a bad signPhoto credit: Tiktok/sdebardelaben

“I think it’s critical that every woman on a dating app has some kind of red flag,” Samantha said in a TikTok video that racked up 2.5 million views.

“Mine on my Hinge profile is my ‘Two Truths and a Lie,'” she continued.

Her three statements are, “I have an extra toe,” “My mom is a rocket scientist,” and “I have a sibling with the same name.”

“It’s rude, isn’t it? It’s pretty good. It’s a difficult question. People tend to be at a loss,” she said.

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“But I’ll tell you how many men think I have an extra toe or that I have a sibling with the same name and think my mother, who is a rocket scientist, is lying?

“Red flag. Instant red flag. And I’ll send that to you. That’s the whole answer they get from me,” she said.

“Men will really come out before the conversation even starts,” she added in the caption.

Samantha said she’s particularly upset with men who find it absurd that their mother could be a rocket scientist because she was raised with sexist assumptions about her mother.

Whenever her mother wore clothes from her prestigious alma mater, strangers would ask if her son or husband attended that school.

“They never asked if their daughter left, they never asked her if she left,” Samantha said.

TikTok commenters have welcomed Samantha’s clever prompt.

“I approve of this system, it’s awesome,” one wrote, while others called it “amazing” and “so smart.”

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“Totally support this, I didn’t even consider it a lie that your mom is a rocket scientist,” wrote another.

“This is awesome (like your mom!)” wrote a third.

"Men will really come out before the conversation even starts" she said

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“Men will really come out before the conversation even starts,” she saidPhoto credit: Tiktok/sdebardelaben

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Jessica MacLeish

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