Looking for a threesome? There’s an app for that

“While they were talking one night recently, Dimo Trifonov’s girlfriend of one year said the magic words: She mentioned she found a friend of hers attractive, which led to a topic a lot of dudes consider a unicorn: a threesome,” Tim Donnelly reports for The New York Post.

“‘Apparently we had the same thought in our heads for a long time,’ says the 23-year-old,” Donnelly reports. “But they weren’t sure how to meet a willing third party: They don’t drink alcohol, take drugs or hang out in nightclubs. And they felt that Web sites like Craigslist were about as appealing as a musty underground sex dungeon.”

Donnelly reports, “So Trifonov, a creative designer who lives in London, got to work coming up with an alternative. The result? 3nder (pronounced ‘three-nder’), an app that launched in early July as a sleek, modern (and free) means to fulfill your three-way dreams.”

Read more in the full article here.

[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Lynn Weiler” for the heads up.]

40 Comments

    1. That is one point of view, hannahjs. Actually, I have always found it interesting that male bias established a one male/two female standard for threesomes. The “historical” male bias against homosexuality (at least in some parts of the world) is often combined with an acceptance, or even fascination with, lesbianism or bisexuality on the part of women.

      One could argue that a woman might benefit in either threesome arrangement, with an extra partner to carry on activities while a male partner is recovering.

      Threesomes do appear to be quite rare among my friends and acquaintances. I only know of one threesome event that I believe actually happened (about 20 years ago), and it only happened once with that trio. The guy ended up marrying one of them, but got divorced about seven years later.

      1. Or maybe it has nothing to do with homophobia and everything to do with men being more dominate and therefore not interested in sharing with another man, while most women don’t have the ‘machismo’ gene and may be more accepting of another female.

        But then again, maybe not….

          1. And the gender bias appears! People refer to the former situation with a fancy name and consider the male partner very fortunate and the women partners flexible and open-minded. People refer to the latter situation with rather negative terminology and the female partner is often considered to be wanton and a mere sexual object of lust.

            The good news for those who are willing and able to partake is that there is now an app for that and that.

        1. That is a reasonable and more generally applicable conclusion, TT.

          This bias is apparent in a variety of media, and I find it interesting, regardless of the reason. I would like to see the results of a study that compares and contrasts the preferences of men and women in the U.S. and internationally.

          1. To take that one step, uh, deeper, I don’t really see it as men thinking less of a woman with two men if they themselves were wanting to experience two women.

            I think it boils down more to a man (usually, although there was that one time back in high school….) feeling it lessens him as a man in some way, especially if the woman were to think he enjoys the other man, whereas I don’t believe women are as hung up on what defines them as a woman in that manner, even though they may still be repulsed by the idea.

            For scientific proof, I offer you this……

      2. While it is fun and easy for anyone to make light of such things, it interests me that only you and TowerTone offer analytic thought. Analysis is considered man’s highest calling, synthesis woman’s. Therefore, I am putting both of you Hannah’s List of Real Men.

            1. Hey, that reminds me of a line of newborn baby clothing I wanted to developed called “Goodbye Kitty”.

              Never got the funding, though…..

  1. “So we go back to my place. It’s just me and these three models, and things are getting really heavy if you know what I mean. So I say “Whoa, wait a minute, ladies. There’s three of you and only one of me. I’m an old-fashioned guy — one of you is gonna have to leave!”.

  2. Sure. There’s the fantasy we imagine.

    But in real life with this app, there are 40 ” rel=”nofollow”>nerd guys on-line masquerading as women for each real woman.

    As for each of those “real women,” on-line: some 90-percent of those are ” rel=”nofollow”>pre-pubescent teens with their friends masquerading on-line as a hot 22-year-old chick looking to do some swinging.

    The only guaranteed thing is that once you download this stupid app, you’re have the same reaction as this reviewer of ‘3nder’ (the top-most review as I write this): “Where is everyone? ”

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