Prostitute cheaper than dating
It allows women to create profiles and name their own price for a date.
So, if you think you’re worth 0, you can charge that amount for a first date.
When I first heard the commercial for the dating site Whats Your I thought it was a joke.
As I listened to the description of the site–which allows users to set prices they’d either pay or charge for dates–I couldn’t help thinking it sounded a little like prostitution.
Until then, we’ve got Utoopi, Sugar Sugar, The Gentlemen’s Navigator and a few others. I didn’t name them, I just found them.) So below, I’m sorry to say, are a few of the latest prostitute-finder apps.
Keywords like “pay to play,” “escort” and “sugar daddy” turn up hundreds of users on Ok Cupid and its less-cool corollary, Plenty of Fish.
In today’s world you can find pretty much anything if you just know which smartphone app to use. And if you want to finish off your evening with a paid-for sexual encounter? After all, adult friend finder (i.e., casual sex finder) apps like Tinder and Grindr have been around for several years.
Open Table is especially cool because it tells you which restaurants have open reservations and lets you view their menus, and if you choose one of their suggested restaurants it will even book a reservation for you. You can even track the driver’s progress as he or she approaches your location. As a therapist who specializes in the treatment of sexual compulsivity and other intimacy disorders, this doesn’t exactly surprise me.
Heck, I even remember (far too vividly) the pre-Internet era when “escort ads” appeared in the personals sections of certain newspapers and magazines.
But now we have smartphone apps that let you order up sex-for-hire like sandwiches from Jimmy John’s, and somehow I can’t help but feel we’ve crossed a line.