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It’s a place for the girls to exercise their own power of seduction.
It’s a chance for the boys to ‘stamp themselves up all first class’, as Maxime says.
He thus finds that the portal has its merits and doesn’t take the language that targets a younger, more urban and relaxed audiences seriously.
He is not embarrassed by the fact that it might reduce him to being an object, he says.
The 'concept is simple', runs the manifesto on ‘adopteunmec.com’: ‘the customer is king, and he is queen – respect to the women.
In this supermarket of hook-ups, the gals strike the bargain deals.’ Three male members of the dating site explain how the groove has been got on for their generation in this e-fashion since 2008 I can’t tell whether the hyper-feminist vision that the ‘adopt-a-guy’ (the English translation of Adopteunmec.com) website gives out is ironic or part of the art of surfering the consumer wave.
They angled their own vision of young, urban types who were looking for a bit of everything: a date for the night, a serious relationship or a bit of a flirt.
By demanding, they mean that members pick who is allowed to join and that they mostly decide base on their looks.
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Were the concept to be reversed and men were ‘adopting a chick’, we’d be screaming scandal.
'It’s fine' to treat a man as an object for once, especially when we have their consent and adjusted sense of humour for the situation.
David simply says that men are ‘complicated’ the world over.