“Typically, the night’s over, and you either go home together or go home alone. Now, it’s more nebulous; no one wants to be the first to say we should call it.”
Cheatbusters was created to raise awareness of digital privacy, but people are using it to sniff out online infidelity.
The dating app received over 3 billion swipes last Sunday worldwide – the most it has ever recorded.
“When you think ‘dating app,’ you immediately think ‘sex,’ so I can see why my parents wouldn't approve of it.”
The service will start offering photo verification and emergency information relays through an app.
“A guy once asked me if I wanted to fuck, and when I turned him down, his reaction was, “Oh I assumed you must not be getting enough action, so I offered.””
Almost 50 Percent of Indians Surveyed Have Lied About Being ‘Too Tired From Working’ to Avoid Having Sex
A new survey by a dating app reveals India’s kinky habits, views on monogamy and the frequency with which people fake an orgasm.
The apps are pivoting to video.
"It was supposed to be a glimpse into a world that is not my own, but the curtains were drawn on me."
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.
From the one who makes you watch Wes Anderson on his floor mattress, to the sixth former you babysat who can now roll his own cigarettes.
As police crack down on platforms inviting people to join the march, protesters are resorting to creative ways of using technology to fuel the movement.