Real sexual encounters inspired by real, instantaneous connections between complete strangers.
You didn’t save us from spinsterhood, you didn’t white knight us. You asked us out and we said yes. Moving right along.
In a recent article on Mashable, Mandy Stadtmiller talks about the ease in which millennials get sex. How many extremely hot partners you have on any given week or night isn’t what’s important — it’s the quantity of your quality.
When many of us leave college, we won’t know real love even if it slaps us in the face. We have been conditioned to think that just hooking up with someone is the way that things are supposed to be.
No man has willingly taken a trip with you to IKEA without hoping to try out the new bed he helped you put together.
Like they say, “easy come, easy go.” When you put yourself first it stops you from letting someone into your life so easily, and in essence, making it harder for them to step out so quickly.
I don’t care if you’re on birth control and he’s the captain of the football team, ejaculates gold, and is “definitely STD-free”—USE. A. CONDOM.
Because it’s so much more than swipe left, swipe right.
The hookup satisfaction was kind of like a leveled up Pokémon.
First, let me be clear. I am not a single lady so I am in no way capable of saying if using Lyft or Uber for dating purposes is successful or not.