Onliine male dating
(Note: There is no option to review girls, but Schwartz says they are working on options.) For a service that touts itself as the “First-Ever App For Girls,” it is sad to have it feel so one-dimensional.
When we spoke to cofounder Schwartz, she was very clear that this is not supposed to be the only purpose of Lulu, and that growth, expansion, and nuance is imminent.
Nowhere are choices like, “#Killer Guitarist” (or, conversely, “#Overly Attached To His Guitar”), “#Book Worm,” or “#Coolest Job.” Similarly, it assumes we all want the same thing: a committed relationship with a super-devoted traditional guy.“That’s what we set out to build.” Of course, app-friendly Millennials have scooped the service up quickly, with the initial user group belonging to colleges.But, Alison explains that isn’t always going to be the case.Think “#Epic Smile”, “#Bedroom Eyes”, “#Questionable Search History”, and perhaps the most uncomfortable, “#Procreated And Then Evaporated” — which I sadly saw a family member had received.(Yes, really.) You enter your honest (and remember, totally unidentifiable) review, and then the guy is given a score for any other Lulu user to view.