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The new dating website, called Mouse Mingle, connects Disney fans looking for love – with Mickey Mouse playing cupid.

Forget the likes of Tinder and Plenty Of Fish, there’s now a dating website to make your dreams of a Disney romance a reality (yes, really) – and you won’t even have to give up your voice to an evil sea witch.

So it's a whole new world for dating – sign up, meet your perfect match, fall in love and maybe do a duet together accompanied by some singing animals…

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When the World Wide Web was brought to the masses in the 1990s, we were told it would unite us all.

A person in San Francisco could message someone in Singapore with the click of a button, and communities would bond in anonymous chat rooms without the faintest clue of what anyone looked like.

Sometimes we fall in love with people because they are surprisingly different, not because they’re a Jennifer Lawrence lookalike who frequents our favourite bars and went to Princeton.

In this Brave New World of dating, it’s possible you and your soul mate will never meet, all because an app’s algorithm decided you weren’t a match; or the restrictions you put on your match’s qualifications failed to account for the je ne sais quoi of someone to which you didn’t even know you could be attracted.

Yes, users on apps like Tinder or Ok Cupid are more likely to swipe right on the Liam Hemsworth lookalike and the lawyer in the bespoke suit, but they all must mingle in larger, less filtered pools of singles seeking companionship.

Subsets based on looks and class not only eliminate a level of spontaneous romance, they risk furthering the divisions that appearance and social standing already inhabit.It’s sort of like the 1997 movie Gattaca, which depicts a future where technology has been harnessed as a tool for eugenics. So why do these niche dating apps feel so troubling?Even though conventionally beautiful, professionally successful people may already have an advantage in online dating, the rest of us are at least given a chance to compete.Those who resemble the most popular pop stars will get more views, and those of us who don’t will be less likely to get a date.Perhaps the most dystopian of all dystopian dating apps, however, is The League.The Alphas, the tall, conventionally attractive and scholarly caste, are meant to pursue only one another, while betas and below are supposed to stay away.

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