And like Snapchat, all information on that person disappears after an hour.For its simplicity, In their manifesto, founders and "pomosexuals" (people who reject labels concerning their sexual orientation) Roman Sidorenko and Alexander Kukhtenko have written that they think huamn sexuality is much more open than the way its traditionally considered: We believe it's natural for someone to feel a powerful sense of attachment to a long term partner while feeling intense romantic love for somebody else and at the same time, feeling sexually attracted to a diverse range of people.We would like it to be all about exploring different dynamics with different people — sexual, emotional, psychological and spiritual.
The great white whale of the dating and sex app market will go to whoever can figure out a way to change hundreds of years of gender dynamics and get women to want and ask for casual sex with random people.Every brilliant mind who has passed through Silicon Valley and has a gay friend has had the following conversation: "Let's create a dating app" "Why, there are dozens already?" "Well ours will be different because it'll be like Grindr but for women! " And the latest addition to that pile is a dating app named Pure that is currently waiting for its i Tunes Store stamp of approval.Pure isn't strictly for women; it's really for people who want casual sex but don't want the bullshit of Craigslist or the hours it takes to online flirt with someone on Ok Cupid.(Or in their words: "The fastest way to find more frequent and diverse sex.") But it does make use of many of the features of its fellow dating and sex apps.
Pure users input what their gender is and what genders they're interested in.
The app organizes people by where they are located and whether they want to go meet someone or want someone to come to them.
Like Bang with Friends, it only shows users who have mutually acknowledged that they find each other attractive.
It's time to make a radical change and give people back the joy of a regular and diverse sex life.
We are certain that gender, sexual activities, or the number of participants in sexual relations should not be externally regulated.
Some people are looking for just one partner, while others want to explore and enjoy.