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Scrolling around Charlie Williams’s new app, Cuddlr — proudly billed as the “Tinder for cuddling” — you get the sense that maybe Williams hasn’t spent a whole lot of time online.
We’re fine outsourcing a range of personal labors to tech, from laundry to listening, but writing a letter is , so uncomplicated, that it seems to fail some critical test.
When I finally found a suitable cuddle this morning — young guy, normal picture, just a couple neighborhoods away — we exchanged a series of texts negotiating (what I thought would be) a friendly hug. “I’m into the idea of spontaneous, no-strings-attached sex,” he texted back. American society has a complicated, and kind of bizarre, relationship with interpersonal touch: It’s expected between sexual partners and family members, but takes on a distinctly creepy connotation between just about anyone else.
When he asked to see my picture, I sent him a picture with my boyfriend. Williams points out, in his impassioned raison d’etre on Medium, that mainstream America finds it more acceptable to use an app to meet a stranger for sex than to use an app to find a friendly hug.
Caveat cuddler: Despite our best efforts, it’s not exactly warm and fuzzy out there.
Psychopaths make up about one percent of the general population (as in, not in a mental institution or jail) and most of them aren’t serial killers.