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Best mobile app for porn hookup

Highlight was the most talked about app that alerts users on their i Phones, with push notifications, that other app users with similar interests are nearby.

Shame would require a moral context -- and since most of the users are well-educated city-dwelling hipsters who expect to do what they please, go where they want, and surf online at any moment...moral stances are in relatively short supply," Zhu Chong writes in the It's mostly men making the initiative and they are usually on the prowl for "yue pao" which translates to an "appointment bang." A man's chances of scoring are increased if he is rich, tall or smart.A frantic text from a male friend read, “Are you familiar with Lulu… If something is on there, can you snapshot and send it to me?”Since its launch in February 2013, Lulu, the mobile dating app for women to anonymously review guys and their romantic capacities (or shortcomings), has sent a panicked chill through many a man.(Remember, any girl can enter ratings.)But it’s more than the fact that ratings apps may not be as helpful to women as it seems in theory.They actually contribute to a toxic dating environment for both sexes.Then there’s the issue of why men are bothering to opt in to apps like Lulu in the first place.

According to Lulu’s press statement, it’s because “they want to get feedback from the Lulu community.” More likely, they’re terrified that if they don’t sign up, women will assume they are misogynistic creeps, and terrible in bed to boot.

Since Lulu reviews are arguably far more subjective than any write-up about, say, a restaurant or a nail salon, from a purely pragmatic standpoint, they are far less useful.

No one thinks a laundromat gets a bad rating because the reviewer has an ax to grind after the laundromat never called her back or was really selfish in bed.

In this, they’re bowing to the pressure of anonymous female commentators.

But no one would ever tell a victim of revenge porn to “get feedback from” those who comment on her video—so why should we expect men to follow advice that is often just a mask for maliciousness?

If he's no Jude Law, then a picture of his BMW or an address to the Ritz Carlton will do the trick.