Of course, with this much nudity on display, it’s only a matter of time before Apple yanks the application from the App Store.
And needless to say, anyone you actually do hook up with for anonymous, indiscriminate sex, much like the women you see advertising on Craigslist, are likely to be perfect storms of venereal disease.
Simply scroll through the pictures, select ‘Okay’ or ‘No Way’ and users will be linked – from there, they can quickly arrange to meet.
All unfulfilled request are deleted after an hour.‘I’m intrigued by Pure’s model and want to see it take its place as a new modality among the age-old ways we meet, experience erotic attraction, and connect,’ says Carol Queen, a renowned advocate of the sex-positive movement and adviser for Pure.
To investigate, University of Portland researchers (Monto & Carey, 2014) analyzed data from the General Social Survey (GSS).
The GSS, funded by the National Science Foundation since 1973, is the only in-depth, ongoing, national interview-based survey of American beliefs and behavior.
Pure is not the first app to facilitate fast sex, but it certainly is the slickest.
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“Hooking up” has more to do with the casual nature of the relationship than how far things go.The researchers compared GSS data from two periods: The only significant difference is that a larger proportion of today’s young adults are celibate (then 10%, now 15%). The term "hook-up" may be new, but as far as getting it on is concerned, bed-hopping appears almost identical.Today’s twenty-somethings are doing what today’s 45-year-olds did 20 years ago, and, as far as this 66-year-old can recall, what today’s retirees did 40 years ago. Media reports imply that hook-ups involve intercourse.Quickies get an unfairly bad reputation for being rushed and unsatisfying.But too much of anything — yes, even super-slow, intimate sex with much eye-gazing, touching of souls, and whatnot — becomes "blah" if that's all that's going on. They're hot, insistent, and, if you're pressed for time, damn convenient.