You may not have realised, however, that BRO is also the name of a new social app just for men. It's heavily branded with laddish imagery - like those red cups you see people chugging beer out of in frat films - and language too. 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?
The latest company to make an access into the gay hookup app market? An app called Bro because of course it's called Broa dating app for men who want to allow sex with other men, even but they don't necessarily self-identify as gay. Courtesy of Bro Because of the app's avoidance of explicit sexual labels, there is some confusion as en route for who exactly it's designed for. Bro founder Scott Kutler told Mic so as to the app is catering to dudes who want to have sex along with other men, without explicitly self-identifying at the same time as gay or bisexual. This interpretation would certainly be in line with the recent flurry of internet trend pieces highlighting the prevalence of male sexual fluidity, many of which have been pegged to last year's buzzy charge Not Gay: Sex Between Straight Ashen Men by Jane Ward.
Construction Sex Toys Adam4Adam app also has an online store where gay men can purchase sex toys and erstwhile items. The Underwear Club The Adam4Adam Monthly Underwear Club is a amusement little activity in which Adam4Adam sends you designer underwear every month, early at ten dollars for the at the outset month. Resources for Health Adam4Adam has compiled a handy list of registered health counselors on the site. Around are also websites for STD questions, clinics, and testing websites, harm bargain for methamphetamine users, and various US helplines on the list. It is the first gay online platform.