New Dating App Called Sexist

New Dating App Called Sexist

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A new dating app that allows men to woo women with bribes is getting slammed for being sexist.

At, users "dangle a carrot" like flowers, jewelry, or even plastic surgery to entice women to go on a first date.

It was created but a MIT graduate, Brandon Wade, who also founded, the controversial sugar daddy site.

On Wade's personal website, he writes:

My shyness and lack of a dating life during my teenage years is also the motivation to my current business, why I had spend so much of my time using technology to level the dating field. In the process of building my websites, I have had the opportunity to meet many people who shared their stories and who have successfully used one of my websites to find love, friendship or to achieve their goals.

However, not everyone thinks getting a date by using gifts is a good idea. Some critics say that it's the same as exchanging money for sex.

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