In fact, there's every chance that Blue will never make it to where you live. Not to mention apps such as Raya, Luxy, and The League, which exclusively court rich, famous and educated patrons.
Additionally, users cannot display photos unless their faces are in it – another way in which it is priding itself on being safe for users.“For someone who might be 20-years-old coming out, I don’t want a 45-year-old man to send me a picture of their d***.A new dating app, specifically for gay men, has been launched with the aim to give users a choice between relationships or more casual hook ups.Chappy, a fusion of ‘choice’ and ‘happy’ is the brainchild of Ollie Locke – of fame – and Jack Rogers.But a traditional Tinder account is just too basic for the rich and famous (especially if they want to hookup with mutually wealthy people).
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Locke’s venture comes after a very public coming out after viewers of the reality television programme saw him date women including Topshop heiress Chloe Green and model Ashley James, come out as bisexual and then say he was a gay man last year.
Locke toldit is partly through his experiences of using dating apps to come to terms with his own sexuality which is why he co-founded Chappy.
Grindr, the most well-known existing app for gay men, and Tinder, where users can search for dates by gender, have long been associated with casual sex and hook-ups, although both apps have also been the foundation for many new millennial relationships.
Locke says that while he was coming out, the existing gay dating platforms left him “utterly terrified”.
While Rogers is straight so will not be on the app, Locke certainly will be and is setting his preference to Mr Right.