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In my years of coaching I’ve seen men muck up the most extraordinary chances with women, I’ve think what is it about the male female divide that is so mystifying for the other.
Today I’d like to look at ways women misinterpret common male behaviour in order to explain how men think.
I received about 50 responses (including propositions).
It’s a small sample size, but enough to give us some clues about how Grindr is affecting gay men. The most common reason users gave for going on the app is that sex feels great and Grindr makes it accessible, right at your fingertips. With a few clicks, there’s a possibility of meeting a sexual partner within the hour.
The phrase “addiction” continues to be controversial when it comes to sex and technology, But as John Pachankis, an LGBTQ mental health expert at the Yale School of Public Health, described the impact of Grindr to me: “I don’t know if it’s an ‘addiction,’ but I know it causes a lot of distress.” For now, it’s hard to know just how many Grindr users feel their use of the app is problematic.
Early research on app use and health has focused only on sexually transmitted infections, for instance, rates of HIV among Grindr users, using Grindr to get people tested for STIs, etc.
I created a profile identifying myself as a medical writer looking to talk to men about their experiences.
The true answer is he did, he truly loved her, he was just terrified that he was no longer an alpha male now that he had settled down, and therefore not attractive to the opposite sex.
Understanding this is the first step to understanding how men think and why.
Today in Boston, two men can walk down the street holding hands without consequence.
But I’m worried by the rise of the underground digital bathhouse.
Everything you ever need to know when asking why men think the way they do is contained in this idea.