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I love men just as much as the next gay guy (or straight or bisexual woman).
I don't believe that two people have to be in love for them to have sex.
As Simkhai says, “We recognized that two gay men have a lot in common.” But would a woman want to be found on such a service? Even if this is something straight women might find useful (especially in freaks?
To figure out what women want, Simkhai, who defines Grindr as “a gay company and a gay brand,” enlisted the help of the straight (and lesbian) women on his team.
If two willing souls agree to it, it should be entirely up to them. As they started to come into my room, I noticed that each of them had a wedding ring on.
For almost as long, I've been telling just about anyone who will listen to me that we need a heterosexual version of this technology. Data from online dating websites actually shows the opposite: Men are picky, and women are far more forgiving and flexible when it comes to seeking a partner.
And while that adds immediacy, it can also be a hazard — whether the hot guy you see in the subway car every morning signs up for the app, as opposed to the sketchy guy watching you from the platform bench, remains to beseen.
Other dating apps on the market, like Meet Moi or Zoosk, focus more on matching up members and less on who might be standing near you right now.
(Why do I feel like I just said that like my Great Aunt Sylvia?
) Unlike similar apps for heterosexual people, women in particular, there is a significant lack of stigma to using the app among the gay community, which probably accounts for at least part of these women's interest in the app.