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Usually, they’re so desperate for a quick bang that they don’t even hide their hope to score.
Well fellas (and ladies), if you’re looking for a quick fix, there’s now an app for that. It’s called ‘Pure’ and it’s more focused on hookups than Tinder could hope to be. After all, you are still soliciting sex from strangers via the Internet.
Over half described a hookup as involving sex, nine percent described it as not including sex and about one-third said it could be ambiguous as to whether or not “hooking up” had to involve sex.
In other words, “hooking up” could mean anything from kissing to intercourse.
All of this theoretically takes place within that limited hour window of availability.
It is still the Internet, but Pure seems like an especially safe place for women, which could be good because men usually outnumber them by huge margins.
Pure is only here to help you sex up and not hate yourself after. But Pure is full of people who supposedly want the same thing as you, and it makes a point not to mix business (or anything else) with pleasure.
We were invited to try out Pure, and as you can see from the pictures on the right, we weren’t shy about signing up for a hook-up app at all.
But regardless of the success of the posting, you will have to spend a ticket each time.
Holman sees this as a response to the increased pressure on men to exaggerate their level of sexual activity, she wrote.
Whether you agree with her interpretation or not, the ambiguity surrounding what “hooking up” means enables both men and women to round up or round down their experiences.
" A recent study of how social networks lead college students to define, perceive, and participate in “hooking up” showed that while everybody is talking about it, no one is exactly sure what it means.
The study, conducted by Amanda Holman, a doctoral student at the University of Nebraska- Lincoln, and Dr.