I would like to pose these questions with the hopes of better understanding the mindset.
Men – What are you thinking or looking to achieve when you post selfies where the focus is your penis?
It’s great that nudism is slowly moving online but in our view, quality trumps quantity.
A quick online search brought up a bunch of so-called Nudist Dating and Nudist Social Network websites.
Tinder’s X-rated brother, the adult-oriented hookup app Mixxxer, launched last week to help combat this problem and help users find nearby hookups without the hassle.
“People don’t know when they’re using Tinder if you’re using it to hook up or if you’re using it to find a date,” the app’s maker, Michael Manes, told The Daily Dot.
Women – Are you attracted to the penis-focused images?
For those women who are, we would love to know if: A – Do you consider yourself a true nudist?
Unless this is the best light possible, in which case be glad you ended up on the winning side of the Cold War. The harsh climate requires women to wear year-round parkas.
Unless this is the best light possible, in which case be glad you ended up on the winning side of the Cold War.
When you’re on Tinder just looking to score a one night stand, sorting through all the saps in search of true love (or at least a first date) can be a royal pain.
How is anyone supposed to get straight to it when everyone’s being ambiguous, trying to chat and whatnot?
Those images attempt to convey something fun, interesting or just a damn good photo that they feel will raise the chances that they someone will click on their profile and hopefully contact them.