Look, Mr. Porn Geek is known for being honest, so I’ll give it to you straight: if you asked me this question 5+ years ago, I’d have probably told you that there’s no way in hell you’re going to find a local guy or girl that wants to bang using a sex dating platform. That said, I think everyone knows now that putting your identity online isn’t that much of a big deal. We’re living in the Facebook, Tinder, LinkedIn era so obviously, people are willing to share with the world who they are and what it is that they do.
Kik. Part text-messaging app, part social network, Kik gives users the opportunity to talk to both friends and strangers. Kids like it because it's free, it's popular with their friends, and they can quickly and efficiently add cool Web content -- memes, viral videos, images, and more -- to their texts without any message or character limits. It also contains many mini-apps, most of which aren't sanctioned or created by Kik. 
In our current culture, it seems that more and more people are not having serious relationships, but are rather having “meet n fuck” type relationships. With the way social media has taken us by storm, it’s easier to connect with other people than ever. Combine that with an app like Meet n Fuck, then you’ve got the perfect remedy to find a fuck buddy in no time. Why are these casual fucks so much more popular than having a girlfriend or boyfriend? Let’s find out.

Sally, 35 - "After a bad breakup with my long-time boyfriend for five years, I actively avoided the potential pitfalls of a serious relationship. I realised I needed to lighten up, and find someone who was only looking for sex. Thankfully when I joined MSH, I quickly met someone who was seeking a fuck buddy, and I'm happy to say that we've been giving each other some booty calls for five months now!"


While you may be tempted to try sites and apps used by today's millennials, be aware that these services are designed for a more carefree, younger clientele. Not only have they created their own specific online language with terms like ghosting, stashing, zombieing and roaching, this age group thinks nothing of posting every aspect of their romantic life on social media.
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