We thought it would be cool to have something like that to find a sex From that brainstorm came Pure, a new app that brings the on-demand convenience of Uber or Seamless to the bedroom.
On Pure, users designate their gender and the gender(s) of the people they’d like to sleep with, specify whether they are able to host or not, and are shown any other willing users in the surrounding area, each with an “Okay” or “No Way” prompt.
A hookup is a single act involving sexual intimacy, and it’s supposed to be a liberating experience.
hook up to feel better about yourself, to try to make your partner like you or because you feel like you should. Place the emphasis on pleasure and empowerment, and collegiettes everywhere should be having positive hook-up after positive hook-up.Unfortunately, that attitude isn’t so simple when study after study shows that more often than not, hooking up can leave women saddled with negative mental side effects, like feeling insecure, used or unwanted.Bravado is a big part of what perpetuates hookup culture, but if you get students one-on-one, both young women and men, you hear about a lot of dissatisfaction and ambivalence. A: Students, in theory, will acknowledge that a hookup can be good.But I think they also experience the hookup as something they need to prove, that they can be sexually intimate with someone and then walk away not caring about that person or what they did."Find horny locals where ever you are at any time, whether it's late night after the club or visiting a new city on business." According to the Daily Beast, there were 100,000 sign ups in the first eight weeks.
So demand for this kind of service appears to be high.
If you want to have no-strings-attached sex at the touch of a button then Mixxxer, a 'non dating app' for hook ups, may be just the ticket.
Log on, find a lover in your local area, and - well - you know what happens next.
Think of it like Tinder, but without the rigmarole of going on a date.
"Mixxxer is the first adults only GPS based sex locator," reads the website.
(And why hooking up all the time is really less fun than it sounds.) Q: Can you explain what you mean by hookup culture?