By Deborah Schoeneman
Nov. 20, 2013
A few weeks ago, after Alexandra Amin, an associate at Warner Brothers, split up with a real estate agent she was indeed dating for per year, her friend shared with her about a brand new, free, female-friendly social network application that allows females anonymously review men who will be their Facebook buddies.
“She had been like, ‘He’s so crazy, you ought to rate him on Lulu, ’ ” said Ms. Amin, 29, whom lives in l. A. Ms. Amin offered the ex hashtags including #NeverSleepsOver and #FriendZone. He scored a 6.9 away from 10, which, she admitted, ended up being “lower than he really deserves. ”
On Lulu, ladies can speed guys in groups — ex-boyfriend, crush, together, hooked-up, friend or general — with a quiz that is multiple-choice. Ladies, their gender confirmed by their Facebook logins, include pink hashtags to a man’s profile which range from the nice (#KinkyInTheRightWays) towards the bad (#NeverSleepsOver) to your unsightly (#PornEducated). The hashtags are accustomed to determine a rating produced by Lulu, which range from 1 to 10, that appears under the man’s profile image. (The company’s spokeswoman declined to describe the reviews algorithm. ) Guys can truly add hashtags, which come in blue, however these aren’t factored to their general rating. Read more