Why did a woman dupe dozens of men on Tinder into a dating competition?

The team behind what has become a viral stunt speaks out about why they did it and the message they hope their video sends about online dating culture.
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Transcript for Why did a woman dupe dozens of men on Tinder into a dating competition?
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