Lulu was an app for women, and it allowed them to rate their male Facebook friends based on a variety of personality traits, physical feats, and sex skills, all, ostensibly, in service of warning fellow women about prospective dates' red flags, and cheering on the good guys.Lulu was like writing "For a good time, call …" on the ladies' room wall. The latest update to the app will now allow men to see an overview of their rating, the number of women who have rated him, and a summary of the hashtags used to describe him.Lulu, which has more than 1 million registered users, is an attempt to bring "girl talk" to social networking, says Deborah Singer, director of the marketing for the U. Young women love it."I like to see reviews of people I know," says Kristina Lang, from Vancouver, British Columbia, who's used Lulu."It's funny."Only women can sign in to the app, via their Facebook profiles.It felt like wink-y, good old-fashioned misandry; while not especially effective in righting institutional and cultural wrongs, it let us saddle dudes with weird little negs like "Only Wears Frat Tanks" and cackle about it with each other. The update may have been intended to improve transparency, but instead it shifts what seemed like harmless, insider fun to more overt cyberbullying.
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