Singles magazine It could be a new way to help singles connect by melding the traditionally pricey services of a matchmaker with the efficiency of the Internet.
"We call it a single's magazine, not a dating platform," says Müller.
"And it's not just for singles but for anyone who wants to read it.
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If there is anyone out there whose memory still goes back farther than the last tweet, they will remember the American standup comedian, Jerry Seinfeld.
It must have been in the 90s when Seinfeld compared first dates to "a job interview that lasts all night." Today, you'd be lucky if you get past 12 minutes.
One person's bathroom break on a date is the other's invitation to peek at Tinder or Grindr (if the date isn't going well) - or to live text the possibility of a homerun (if it is).
This includes photographing each applicant in their natural surroundings - whether that's lounging in the kitchen or hanging out around town. "So if you want to write to someone on our site, you have something to work with. It's harder to start a meaningful conversation." A contact form at the bottom of each profile allows anyone on the Internet to message the single through the site.
German media have called Im Gegenteil Tinder's antithesis, and Müller and Kralisch-Pehlke don't dispute this.
"You've got like 30 chat partners at a time on Tinder," Müller says.
And yet amidst this mass potential for digital copulation two women in Berlin have created a website that adds a dash of the old to an untamed world of online dating.
Jule Müller and Anni Kralisch-Pehlke's online dating magazine, Im Gegenteil, likes to editorialize.