“I’m not really looking for a relationship right now,” she explains, and she prefers apps that offer her plenty of potential matches with a similar mindset.Here, in ascending order, are some of her favorites. Happn Pros: The location-based Happn is kind of like the love child of Tinder and Craiglist Missed Connections.
The only difference is “you having to start the conversation” (in opposite-sex matches, Bumble requires the woman to message first).And in her experience, Bumble tends to involve “too much talking” for someone only looking for something casual. Tinder Pros: At this point, “Tinder” and “hookup app” are practically synonymous.Peer advocates can connect you to resources in your area, provide you with helpful websites, help you create a plan to stay safe or just listen to your concerns.All conversations with peer advocates via phone, chat or text are free and confidential.If your situation is serious, we recommend calling or chatting first.
As always, we at loveisrespect are concerned for your safety. Speak to a peer advocate by calling 1-866-331-9474.If you’re not into the idea of spending the better part of an hour in transit for a hookup, Happn helps weed out the far-flung potentials.Cons: The never-ending influx of possibilities can feel like a bit much: “It almost never stops refreshing, so it was just this constant stream of people,” Busa says.Sometimes, though, you don’t want to swipe for a potential soul mate.Luckily, there are plenty of apps that allow you to bypass much of the dating chitchat in favor of a good, easy, no-strings-attached hookup.You will never be asked for your name or other contact information, but an advocate may ask for your age and city to find local resources for you.