To that, Exton responds by saying user traffic is growing 30% per month.But she declined to disclose how many users that translates into or any other details. “It’s about simplifying how to talk to girls.” A sentiment, straight men could probably agree with as well.After the couple were instructed to disrobe, Simon was quick to take off his boxers and expose his penis, live on Instagram.'Oh do I be honest? The feed jumped from 3000 to more than 13,000 viewers when Bonnie then removed her bra and exposed her breasts, with many of the commenters appearing to come from overseas.'Could ask for bigger,' Simon said, also allowing Bonnie to playfully smack his bottom. The two then sealed the deal leaning in for an embrace and steamy make out session unprompted by the radio hosts. But she soon put her bra back on, with the dancer deciding it wasn't going to go beyond that first meeting.'It's a no, sorry Simon,' Bonnie said, adding that she wasn't interested because of his short hair. The meeting was a far cry from last week's naked dating encounter, which saw singles Danielle and Richie strip naked and make out passionately unprompted by Jackie and Kyle. The bold move saw a stunned Kyle and Jackie explain that they were going to send the two out for a romantic lunch together, but perhaps there was no longer any need. There are plenty of general-purpose dating apps that gay woman can use.
The singles removed their undergarments within minutes of meeting, however, didn't hit it off after Bonnie labelled her male suitor Simon 'a grower not a shower'.Exton’s future plans include rolling the app out in more cities. It's the controversial new segment which saw last week's couple strip nude, make out and have sex all within hours of meeting.Others simply saw no need for the app because they had never considered lesbian dating as major problem to solve.
“We don’t have proof there’s a market,” Exton was told.
Angelique Naylor, an IT professional belonged in the part of the room that hadn’t heard about Exton’s dating app, but she’s irked by the current offerings on the market.