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I’ve heard the endless complaints of how there’s “no one” worth dating; no “cute girls;” that dating apps made for women to find other women “suck.” And while Grindr and Scruff are used for similar purposes in the gay male community, it seems that they have way fewer complaints in that realm.
Instead, there is scrutiny over the racist, fatphobic, and other insults masquerading as “sexual preferences” on their profiles.
When the cameras are off, Miley Cyrus’ behavior is wilder and more intense than her public persona.
She’s been seen in passionate make-out sessions with other women by partygoers on multiple occasions, but Life & Style can reveal that more goes on behind closed doors.“She’s been experimenting with women and even brags that she’s had threesomes,” an insider close to Miley dishes to the mag.
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As a serial monogamist who has never used any dating apps or sites, I am consistently intrigued by this world so many of my friends and community inhabit; the viral space where they connect with each other in the hopes of finding a hook-up, a girlfriend, maybe even a wife.
Ward tweeted about the app on 19 January, saying: “ Other than ‘bro’ it does not use any other labels, and its founders specifically chose not to use the terms ‘bi’ or ‘gay.This made me curious about the way queer women use apps like Tinder and HER and if we are, in essence, doing the same things in the way that we specify “no butches,” “feminine women only,” “no ghetto chicks” and other statements in order to ward off prospective partners who we don’t see as “our type.” “I have seen apps/sites that allow you to specify ethnicity, race, weight preference, etc.,” says Lauren Hamilton, a frequent dating app user. I don’t want to waste time sending a message to a woman who prefers skinny, white women when I am certainly not that.”I asked the founder of HER, Robyn Exton, how many women specify the kind of appearance they are looking for in their profiles.“It’s a much smaller percentage than you might imagine,” she said.“On profiles, it only appears 0.3% of the time with people explicitly stating what it is they are looking for.A new app has launched for men to hook up with other men – but not necessarily if they are gay or bi.The app, called ‘Bro’, hopes to open up a new market of men who have sex with men, but those who don’t necessarily identify as gay.