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”I asked Phrendly what man demographics it was working off, and if this was basically an app for paid sexting, and de Leon said, “Some men simply aren’t in the market for a serious relationship, travel frequently for work, or are too busy to date IRL, but still crave interaction with attractive and engaging women.

“By recognizing that a person’s time is valuable, Phrendly is able to keep people motivated and focused while keeping time-wasters and scammers at bay. Sips may be used across multiple conversations.”Phrendly says it uses a “unique vetting process” to verify the users and manually review profiles, making sure there’s no scamming, though arguably, getting paid to flirt and never have to meet up is, in some universe, a kind of feminist scammer dream for women: Commodifying the chase without ever having to give up the goods.

A Phrendly-promoted post on Reddit about 10 months ago makes no bones about this part of the setup, self-describing as “a new option for women to have fun and make money anywhere, anytime by texting guys.”In that same post, their bid to women goes like this: “You’re an attractive, amazing woman with a natural appeal to men.

Your flirting has driven more than a few guys wild. Don’t you wish you could earn money for your talents safely according to a schedule you set that didn’t require you to dive into the world of adult entertainment?

Susan, a 22-year-old grad student, also struggled with dating locally, so she widened her e Harmony parameters.

“What are the odds that that perfect person is within a 25-mile radius of your home? Turns out her future husband was living 3,400 miles away in a tiny village with the population of 60.

There are more than 8 million people in the city of New York. More and more New Yorkers are searching for love on European dating sites, living out fairy-tale fantasies of international romance.

Most are either too young, too old, too married or too incarcerated to date. “French men really treat you like a lady,” says Lillian, a 42-year-old Manhattan copy editor who signed up for Meetic.com, Europe’s largest dating site.

The remaining 17 have weird hobbies, creepy hygiene and bad manners. “They wine you, they dine you, they make you feel like you’re the only one on the planet.” Lillian describes the men she’s met on US-based dating sites as “sleazy,” and the real-life dating scene in New York as “nonexistent.” “I go out here — and nothin’,” she says.