Interested in sexual liberation at your fingertips? Well, of course there’s an app for that.  The developers behind Pure aren’t looking to the men to make their new app a hit, they’re hoping the sexually liberated women will get more use out of it. Pure is a mobile location hook-up service, much like all of the other apps currently available under the guise of “dating” apps (Grindr, Blendr & Tindr). The company’s press release says Pure is “liberating” and “about giving women freedom and choice. It’s “the application that many women have dreamed of, but never dared ask for,” it says. “For women who feel constrained by society’s stricture to be chaste and monogamous, Pure lets them break the bonds as often or occasionally as they choose.”

Oh, so it’s a feminist hook-up app? Or is it a sex-positive hook-up app? Either way, it’s a hook-up app for those want easy access to ass.

Although the app has yet to be approved in the iTunes marketplace, the creators of the app, Roman Sidorenko and Alexander Kukhtenko, said they interviewed women and discovered there was a marketplace for it. Pure  “was very positively accepted,” he said. “The idea that they could express their sexual desires how they want and without any shame and judgment — most of the girls liked the idea. There are a lot of ideas in our society about how a woman should behave sexually,” and says, “I personally realize that it’s gonna be tough mission just to get woman into it.”

Well there you have it folks, two men created an app for women to explore their sex-positive and liberating attitudes.

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  • MimiLuvs

    Just based off of what is written here, using this app is like playing with fire. On online, a person could be anybody. A woman might use it with the notion that she is going to get the king-kong lovin’ for the night, but she might be putting herself in danger.

    • Ajavee

      I agree MimiLuv’s people are really playing with danger with this new app Pure. The name says nothing of what the app really means…..

  • Josh

    I’m morally against this, but the business man in me says if you add a rating system for performance, commitment to using protection, creepiness, etc, then it might work. There will always be the crazy people who do things without weighting the risks. If those people rate, then the less crazy people will feel more safe.

  • Not only is this ridiculously dangerous in numerous ways, but if you truly need an app to get laid…you are hustling backwards my friend. People are setting their goodies out left right and center. I assure you, it does not take all this effort to find a bed-mate.