Hey guys, here comes LULU, an app which seems to be discriminating to us “gentlemen” taragis! a social platform that lets ladies post reviews and recommendations about their past dates which guys won’t be able to have access on it.
Available for iOS and Android, this “for women only” app is a safe zone for females to rate guys on a variety of topics, from humor and ambition to first kiss and sex. A female with the age of 18 and up can access LULU and have it synced to Facebook adding a guy’s name to the database. Users are all anonymous, names not included and all activities are kept off Facebook. Hashtags can also be added to the guy’s profile to make characteristics searchable.
And ladies, this app will ask you to identify your relationship with a guy in order to review him. It will also ask you to answer prompts like, “His jokes make me want…” The language is playful, with responses like “… to make it stop” or “to smooch him!” After you answer a series of questions, the app sums up your answers: “He might be allergic to commitment, but he’ll stop at nothing to get what he wants.”
Though this app could become a platform for guy-bashing, in some positive reviews, it could help men find their dates. “My vision has always been to create a discreet, private space for girls to talk about the most important issues in their lives: their relationships,” said Alexandra Chong, Lulu CEO and founder said.
What do you think, men? LULU is giving the girls in control. Are we gonna allow it? haha.