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(This might be intentional, as the brand splashes "females are FREE!
" across its membership materials.) Go to the site and you'll find a community of brashly straightforward people, with every profile very clearly defining precisely what the person wants.
You'll find men looking for relationships, wanting to "have fun and see where things go," or being openly honest about the fact that they're married and busy and just want to "introduce someone to the finer things in life" in exchange for some side action.
But I'm busy so I don't have time to get to know someone.
This simplifies things."In the weeks that followed, I would interview a lot of men and women who use the site, and the line "I'm busy so I don't have time to get to know someone" came up over and over again.