3 years ago, Two times noforn
Sounds awesome. Sadly, it is the opposite. Ugh. Really bad.
Creating a profile means navigating bizzare and ambiguous photo restrictions. You load normal, non dirty, photos: yoga pants, bare shoulders, me wearing a motorcycle helmet. Then, you get 'Inappropriate Content' warnings and strident messages to clean it up. You try other photos, each edging closer to that anti-hot one of yourself in a full body corduroy jump suit. You still get a message las though you were trying to advertise a human trafficking start up. But, infuriatingly, no indication of what, precisely, is 'inappropriate. They just keep sending you back to their policiy statement (which seems written by someone who ignored Freshman English teachings about making statements in the affirmative - i.e what is appropriate; not in the negative - i.e. what might not be, maybe. From my reading: a bikini is OK. Bikini underwear (so lower spandex content?) is offensive. The 'Help Center' is not helpful. Despite photos of three bearded lads (Josh, Brad ... ?) in flannels at the top of the page, it is just bots telling you to 'Help Yourself' with unrelated, drivel, reviewing the frustrated yowls of others who fell into the trap of their bad technology and poor execution of their service. The net effect is a boner crushing, vagina drying, wast of time. It makes one consider just dating whomever Mom thinks would be 'nice'. Ugh.