The dating hotline
Now Hotline is bringing back the traditional unease and butterflies of having to actually talk to the girl first.
Hotline, which launched Monday, forces you to nut up and talk to your match on the phone first before proceeding with the usual "You up? What's more, Hotline only permits users three active matches at a time.
Some would say this limits their options, but it prevents users from falling down the rabbit hole of swiping right and left on thousands of profiles at a time.
Instead, Hotline facilitates users taking their time and being more "discerning" about their dating options.
The trainings delve into the youth experience of dating abuse, including health and academic impacts and how it differs from adult experiences.
The Attorney General's office has supplied cards to all 75 county sheriffs’ offices and hundreds of law enforcement agencies across the State.They also aim to make the app as inclusive as possible: members can "self-identify in whatever way rings true to them," according to a news release."Hotline is for everyone," Hotline CEO and Founder Sam Ballantyne said in a statement.Partners with the Attorney General’s office in hosting the event were the Arkansas Activities Association, Arkansas Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Arkansas Coalition Against Sexual Assault and the Child Advocacy Centers of Arkansas.As teens begin to shed their childhood dependence and transition into young adults, they may engage in new behaviors, form new relationships, and try new things.
This new way to meet people will cost you $9 a month for a membership.