People can go there and interact with real people, not porn starlets acting, but real girls being themselves." By and large the site is full of down-to-earth women.They're not models or "performers." They're the girls next door — literally, as most work from their own homes.
A system is also in place for men to privately pay the women if they want to. Over the last six years, My Girl Fund has developed into a unique community with its own norms and economy.She's recently begun graduate school to pursue a Ph D in Human Genome Studies.Despite the site's ban on in-person meeting, she said it's pretty easy to get friendly with people: "I like to talk and I ramble a lot. A lot of girls will chat a guy and just push content.Created by the same guy who made Bang With Friends, Down is exactly what you think it is: a simple way to ask others if they’re “down.” Cool story bro. Created by a former Tinder founder, Bumble is basically the same thing as Tinder but the women have to message the guys first. Happn is kind of like when you act creepy and Google cute people you just met.The app presents you with users in your area who you physically crossed paths with.
The lack of physical interaction, coupled with a cash transaction, would seem to perpetuate the most shallow, short-lived exchanges possible.