You may not have realised, however, that BRO is also the name of a new social app just for men. It also appears a lot like a hook-up app. So is it a place for straight, manly men to date other straight, manly men? On further investigation, I think it might be a bit more nuanced than that. Only one way to find hungg, I suppose. Let's get
I think that's all it is, anyway.
This app has caused lo of media speculation because, in some ways, it all seems so confusing. If this app is the thing that someone needs to open up about themselves, then great. People have taken it as an app for confused people.
Let's get It's because I'm in a happy relationship and I wouldn't want the missus or her mates catching me on there First of all, the 'about me' section is pretty straightforward, except there is one interesting section in there So is it a huung for straight, manly men to date other straight, manly men? For me, this is supposed to be a safe space for men to meet up looking make meaningful relationships. I went for 'casual bro', because that one seemed to require the least thought.
After all, isn't that, in itself, just conforming to another bung idea of gender and sexuality? Maybe we're just thinking about it too much though. But maybe that kind of behaviour doesn't have to be restricted to the 'straight' male community.
That's not because I'm a homophobe who doesn't want to be tarnished with homosexuality. Maybe it's all pretty straightforward.
My husband has an average penis, but I have overwhelming fantasies about a well-endowed man.
Like I'm doing it all in secret. You see faces.
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I mean, in the app, you choose what 'type' of bro you are — from 'jock' to 'fabulous'. On further investigation, I think it might be a bit lookinng nuanced than that.
Like BRO's mission statement puts it, a place, "for men that are interested in meeting other men… as simple as that". We built up 32, Facebook fans before launch. People have called it an app for straight men because of the de, the logo, the name, the fact that interactions include 'fist-bumps'. I disagree. BRO Why did you develop the app? Most of the people I chatted to on there said that they identified as gay. Then, there were a few articles, like one in Queerty, which made the app into a place for straight men looking for other straight men to get oral sex in secret.
You may not have realised, however, that BRO is also the name of a new social app just for men.
How do you cater for all types of people when some may fall through the cracks between different 'types'?