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Mostly, though, I’d like to respond to your “he might start to lose interest” comment.
I teach women to have boundaries and to not do things that go contrary to their needs out of fear of losing someone.
It makes sense that one might want to find a partner with whom they can share their herbal indulgences.
To see whether they live up to the hype, I tried out three cannabis dating apps: High There, 420 Singles, and 420 Friends. There’s a section called “Joints” where you can see and interact with posts from other users, follow trending hashtags, and post your own updates and pictures.
As a bisexual woman, I’m especially grateful that you can select “men and women” as an option. The gender filter requires you to select men or women (not both), which was disappointing.
If you’re a cannabis consumer and you’ve ever dated someone who wasn’t, you’re familiar with the occasional frustration of navigating that interaction.
Also, the guy you are dating is most likely dating other girls.
If those other girls are having sex with him and you aren’t, he might start paying more attention to the other girls. So…third date: That’s, say, three weeks of knowing someone. What do you know about a man and his intentions after such a short amount of time?
I think it is entirely possible to have dating success on any of these apps, but it will take some time and effort.
The biggest issue that I can see is the limited size of the user base for any of these apps and the substantial number of dispensaries and vendors promoting their products or services through user profiles.