Want to have sex with Facebook friends?

Want to have sex with your Facebook “friends?” Have you already tried drunkenly messaging them, writing suggestive posts on their “wall,” or poking them, without a single poke back?
Now a controversial new Facebook sex app called "Bang With Friends", created by three unidentified college-aged males has been launched, which claims to facilitate sexual encounters with users and their Facebook friends without the embarrassment of rejection.
The app, which launched a week ago and had already gained more than 20,000 users in four days, is aimed at matching users with potential partners who don’t want to beat around the bush. (Sorry.) Designed to take rejection out of the equation, the app only notifies “couples” when both parties want to have sex.
The creators of the application would like to remain unknown to the public. A Whois search for the BangWithFriends.com domain name comes up with their registration information blocked, revealing the creators are web savvy and have taken the extra step to keep their identities hidden. While they don’t want their names attached to the BangWithFriends.com legacy in the making just yet, they did open up about their first project as a team.
Critics of "Bang With Friends" told, putting the physical first is the reason for the demise of the majority of marriages and relationships in the US. "Back in the days people would court, they would go out with different people without exploring the sexual relationship because it allowed you to get to know what you may or may not have in common," said Kristen Crockett, a Washington-based relationship coach.
And while some who use the app may be more interested in sex than building a relationship, Crockett cautions users with the potential drawbacks of getting physical with a Facebook friend. "Once you start sleeping with someone, your red flags, your fears, all of those things get pushed into the back of your mind," she said. She added that often people ignore signals and signs because of how the person makes them feel physically.

The California-based group thought of the idea as a way to improve standard online dating sites like eHarmony or Match.com. "It would be great, as guys, if you could find out which girls are actually into you and not dance around anything," he said. Skip the dating and jump straight to the sex, one of the creators said.

Crockett said she is a firm believer in using technology to cultivate a relationship, but this app goes about it the wrong way. "I think the app contributes to people going into a relationship and actually dating backwards," Crocket said. "It's the exception more than the rule that a relationship will last if it has begun with a physical encounter rather than emotional spark," she added.

But even for the founders of BangWithFriends.com, their product warrants some limitations. When asked if they would let their younger siblings use the app, there were a few seconds of hesitation.
“I would definitely block [my little sister] from using it,” said one creator eventually. “We should actually create custom alerts if any of our younger siblings log on,” he said to the others. “And then just completely shut down the site for them. Be like, “Sorry, we know you.”
Currently the app only matches users of the opposite sex. "Support for same-sex selections is already under development," the app's creators added.

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