The truth is that when you first log in to My Girl Fund, it looks like you're on a porn site.
You're presented with an array of women who are mostly scantily clad, and upon clicking on their profiles most of the descriptions tend to emphasise the various sexual photos and videos you can pay the women in order to see: stripping, using a dildo, performing oral sex on someone.
I’d like to know your rules for having a friends with benefits arrangement.
I’m not looking to be in a relationship right now, but I’m only human and I have needs.
Because of this, women often won’t signal their interest first.
Free porn was propagating like crazy and interaction was the one of the few things for which they were willing to pay.
[...] There are very few markets that attract customers willing to pay simply for socializing and only for digitally deliverable goods.
Adult entertainment is one of those markets and it has the virtue of a low barrier of entry.
Why did women suddenly respond with enthusiasm rather than distaste?
Whether it’s friends, family, religion, or media — many of us were raised to think that expressing our sexual interest (flirting) was wrong. This is especially true for many women who are afraid of being seen as “slutty” or too forward.