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If things turned sour and the two of you broke up, wait several months before rating so as to have a clearer understanding of who he was, instead of being clouded by the bad stuff from the end.Lulu is an app created by Alexandra Chong, who, according to the New York Times, has a law degree from the London School of Economics. Women join through their Facebook accounts (to confirm they are indeed of the female gender) and are able to rate men who choose to be. I reviewed a couple of past hook-ups and some of the hashtags I chose included #giving, #Ain Anatomy, #doesdishes, #charmedmypantsoff, #opensdoors, the list goes on and on. Many people fear that certain women will use it to “destroy” men’s reputations by being over-exaggerative (or perhaps too honest) with the reviews; others claim it is a space for “online empowerment”—what with “revenge” porn and creepy online dudes trolling everywhere, it gives women a space to share any warnings they may think another woman would want to know.First they ask how you know the person, is he an ex? After the positive hashtags come the not-so-positive. Some included on the list (that I did not use in my own reviews) are #stage5clinger, #doesn’tknowiexist, #forgothiswallet, #hititandquitit, #EDMgroupie, #perfectformysister My guy friends, who I convinced to get on Lulu, seemed to have the biggest issue not knowing what was said, the good and the bad and the ugly, because they felt that if they were given negative comments then they would want the opportunity to improve and become better based off of the ratings. For example, I would want to know if I was going out with a guy was super self-absorbed or a mega chimney smoker.The Grade stamps every profile with an actual letter grade, something I saw firsthand while using the app for the past few weeks.The letter grade takes into account everything from peer reviews, to how many people like your photo, to your spelling and grammar and how often you respond to messages.
“What is more frustrating than meeting someone on a dating site and finding out they're in a relationship? There's nothing you've ever been able to do about that up until this point.”Lerner cited a number of statistics -- based on The Grade’s own research -- meant to support his claim.