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(A promotional video modeling the process begins by announcing how “simple” it is, then snaps out instructions for three minutes, but questions remain.) Perhaps the process is deliberately time-consuming: The app provides the “opportunity for two people to pause and reflect on what they really want to do, rather than entering an encounter that might lead to something one or both will later regret,” the app’s FAQ reads.Or maybe I’m just old: At 29, I find it much easier to just talk about sex than to use an app for that.All other choices lead to a screen, which asks the partner if she is an existing Good2Go user or a new one.If she’s a new user, she’s prompted to enter her phone number and a password, confirm that she is 18 years old, and press submit.I was negging, which is when you give them a left-handed compliment; a compliment wrapped in an insult wrapped in a compliment.You say something like, "oh, you have a really cute smile. So I would go up to girls and be like, "you're really beautiful.It may not always be getting though, but it’s not clear how the app (which is now being promoted through campus ambassadors) advances the cause.

Meanwhile, “kids are so used to having technology that helps them with issues in their lives” that Allman believes the app will help facilitate necessary conversations, encourage them to consider their level of intoxication, and remind young people that consent to sex should be affirmatively given and can be revoked at any time.

Compared to that scenario, talking about sex doesn’t seem so scary.

writer Simon Rich's book, it follows a fictionalized version of always-unluckly-in-love Rich (played by Jay Baruchel) as he go on dates with real-life Scandinavian forrest trolls and watches in horror as his ex-girlfriend cuddles up with Adolf Hitler.

Lee Ann Allman, a creator of the app, says she was inspired to make it after talking with her college-aged kids about sexual assault on campuses across the country.

They “are very aware of what's happening, and they’re worried about it, but they’re confused about what to do.

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