"It’s not worth my time to have disappointing sexual experiences."
“Gay for pay” is nothing new, but hetero men are now using apps like Tinder and Grindr to target what they perceive to be a lucrative market.
There are much more fun ways to start—and maintain—a conversation besides "how are you holding up lol."
Pakistan banned five dating apps over their "immoral" content this week alone.
"If you end up with somebody through this thing, it's ride or die—this is how you find your wartime consigliere."
The popular hookup app said it would delete its controversial ethnicity filter in support of Black Lives Matter, but still hasn't fulfilled its commitment.
"A guy said I felt 'weird'. After that, I was back to never even trying to get intimate with strangers.”
“Thank God you’re not a woman, because you’re so ugly no man would ever fuck you.”
The queer dating game still hasn't shaken off its 'hit it and quit it' mentality, leaving us craving for a hook-up and cautious about investing in a long-term relationship.
As cruising spots in London are under threat and apps have made casual hook-ups more convenient, what role does going outside in search of sex play in queer lives today?