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""And isn't that what always happens when women are made to feel uncomfortable in any situation and we say 'this makes me feel uncomfortable'."The bots give you options to choose from like 'Please stop' or 'I like your style.'The Pineapple even gives you an option to say 'I'm uncomfortable.' But that doesn't always stop it from continuing to make advances.
Macquarie University media professor Catharine Lumby, who also runs workshops on respectful relationships, says boundaries are important, regardless of whether it is a bot or a person."If you say I'm uncomfortable or please stop - that's the end of the conversation.""After that it's stalking."Boost Juice says the bots' responses are based on how risque you've proven to be in the initial matchmaking phase. [And] if you don't message back it stops automatically," Boost's Head of Digital Christian Mc Gilloway told But you can access the bots without going through the 'dating game' vetting system, leaving room for minors to access sexually suggestive and automated conversations.
When you opt in to talk with the company's chatbot on Facebook messenger, they introduce you to "four eligible pieces of fruit" and play the matchmaker.By turning on your location services, the app shows you people you've "crossed paths with," within one city-block.Then, like Tinder, you can "like" someone which opens up the option to chat."That's not our ideal scenario and in all our posts we direct them to the match maker and we've been clear on how you activate the conversation,' Boost's Head of Marketing Jodi Murray-Freedman told ."The technology is such a new area there is always going to be glitches."But we've done everything on our end to make sure it's as safe as it can be [and] to make sure we're only talking to people 18 years old and over."Boost says the bots are just parodying your average Tinder experience."Our core demographic - 18-24 year olds - are in that online dating space, it seemed the obvious fit for us to bring our fruit to life in that environment and have a bit of fun," Jodi Murray-Freedman said.She said with 90,000 unique users on the bots, the marketing campaign has been a hit.
The magnetic pull of dating app addiction seems to have sucked unsuspecting Millennials in faster than you can say "let's hook up." When you live in a huge metropolitan area like LA, Chicago, or NYC, it might seem that, despite being surrounded by people, it's impossible to actually meet someone that you could see yourself dating.