They have chat rooms that are meant for adults and certain lifestyles.
I wish there was more control on the chats that you are first given cause I got a New York Chat room, yet I live in Florida so Im probably gonna leave that cause I wont understand most of the stuff people in there talk about.
Speaking to friends with vastly different taste in men, they all agreed they respected the confidence it takes in approaching someone in real life.
"It is about the risk," said my friend Scarlett, "walking up to someone where you haven't signed some bullshit agreement about being on the market takes guts.
My best friend James confirmed what I suspect many men now feel.
"You don't want to be that creep in the bar," he explained, "Tinder lessens that risk of instant rejection, that's why it is successful. But since when did women want a man delivered in a safety net?
Where once we looked outwards for people we liked, hoping one is delivered on the wings of chance, now we bow our heads and flick through carefully managed bios and outdated group shots.
If we see someone we like across a bar, we're more likely to unlock our phone and start swiping to see if they crop up on Bumble or Happn than we are to go over and talk to them.
y move, where women hang around in slinky cocktail dresses waiting to either be claimed by a man or throw a martini in their face.
It reminds me of the “good ol’ days” back in the late 90’s/early 00’s when I used to go into chat rooms similar to this on dial-up internet!
Anyways, I’m enjoying it so far (when I have the time for it) Give it a try! I don’t really get why you’d monitor private messages so closely —- especially if the parties are “of age”. I’m just saying that I’m 31 yrs old, and I feel I should have the right to speak to anyone however I’d like to.