26 Aug 2018

Somebody Actually Funded This One

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Rolling Stone describes a new on-line marketing service which is bound to be controversial with the ladies.

Relationships, the saying goes, are hard. Many couples find their sex drives are mismatched over time, a problem that sex therapists often suggest fixing by working on communication. The Spinner, launched in April of this year, offers a different route to marital bliss — the online service encourages dissatisfied husbands to skip all that messy relationship effort and instead try to manipulate their wives on a subconscious level, in a way only possible in the age of the Internet.

For the bargain price of $29, husbands are sent an innocuous link that they, in turn, send via email or text message to their “target.” It can be accessed on a computer or mobile device and looks like any other hyperlink to an article, joke or video. Once she clicks on this link, a small piece of code is dropped on and then through browser cookies, she will be fed a slow drip of content chosen for her with the express motive of encouraging her to initiate sex.


Ht: David Solin.

2 Feedbacks on "Somebody Actually Funded This One"

JK Brown

Facebook? Is that you? Or, Google?

Francis W. Porretto

My immediate reaction was “It’s about BLEEPing time.” Women have done their best to manipulate US for decades. So turnabout, in my view, is fair play. Especially as their myriad excuses for not wanting to make love are all 100% horseshit.


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