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When two users are mutually attracted, they’re given each others’ coordinates to meet up.
There are no profiles, no lengthy chat sessions, and all unfulfilled requests vanish after an hour.
Confidential user feedback keeps creeps at bay, and people who repeatedly no-show arebanned.
Pure, which will launch next week pending approval by Apple’s App Store (“we have a plan B,” says Sidorenko), is the newest entry into one of the hottest subgenres of consumer tech: the minimalist hookup app.
“In real dating, nobody waits,” my friend Holly observed, which means long-distance dating is “like all those sexy-time suburban-mom books about delaying sex for made-up reasons like vampire death so there can be sexual buildup.” Forbidden love is harder to come by than it once was; in the absence of blood feuds and imprisoned princesses, the doomed romances of our time are those conducted with lovers whose affections we imagine in the silence between text messages.
The only stars that cross to keep modern lovers apart are those they willingly subject themselves to—like geography.
She also added that still others try and "hook-up" on the first date, despite being told that is not an option.
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