I personally cringe at the thought of advertising my whereabouts.
This week, the company is launching a version of the app for heteros called Project Amicus.At first, Elizabeth pretended to be a man on her profile, asking around to see if any of the men in her area were sleeping with her boyfriend. But even though she didn't find out whether her boyfriend was cheating on her on Grindr, something surprising happened after she ultimately broke up with him: "I actually started making connections."Over time, Elizabeth started regularly hanging out with a few of the men she met on Grindr."Once I told them I wasn't a guy, a lot of them blocked me. It's called Blendr, and it's a horrible idea.Blendr's main problem is that it is being marketed primarily as about making friends, not love.