My biggest complaint of the app is last names appear on profiles.
Second, if you don't interact with the user within 48 hours of you both mutually liking each other, the "like" disappears and you lose your opportunity to talk to them, a feature that prevents endless "likes" with no contact.
This is a great idea, because it's easy for us to "like" people, but starting a conversation, now that's scary.
Woo Plus is a dating community which has a lot of real plus size members.
They have been reviewed manually by us to ensure their profiles are legit, real.
I didn't really respond to any, but for the most part it reminded me of the times I have used other dating apps in the past: some were polite, some were crude, some quoted Adele, the usual:.
They have filters that crawl for keywords or phrases that usually indicate someone there just for a fetish fling.But, Li says, the best option is for users to report inappropriate behavior or fetishization: "This is not the goal of this app, this is not what we're trying to do." And not all people with the fetish can or will be banned; there are plenty of thin people who admire bigger folks on Woo Plus.For instance, this person's profile uses terminology and size preference usually associated with fat fetishes: No one is judging people with a fat preference; however, the point of this app is for people to find a relationship, not to be fetishized.A representative for Austin provided the following statement: So there you have it.Now if you don't mind, I've got some relentless tweeting to be getting on with...My favorite part of this app is how, for the most part, people were genuinely being nice.