Elle dating columnist
We are three queer, hetero-presenting sex enthusiasts. We live in a world of rapid-fire social media, and of diverse politics.
We have watched as the establishment and the media have perpetuated systemic oppression of all peoples though gender policing, and sex-shaming. We welcome all discussion, so please listen with open ears and an open mind.
(Entertainment Weekly called her the "most entertaining cable talk show host you will never see.") In 2002, Carroll launched Great Boyfriends.com, a dating site where women recommend their ex-boyfriends to each other. What is the riskiest thing you've done since you turned 50?
This year she brings us Tawkify, an online dating venture that ditches long profiles in favor of 10 key questions and a telephone. I jumped off a 120-foot stone quarry into a pool of water. The riskiest thing was getting on that f--king scale to see how much we weighed before we got in the plane!
Did you discover anything interesting about the differences between primitive versus modern men?
It's all right in front of you and it's so beautiful. When you're in a forest in New Guinea and a woman glances at a man, that man is dead.
With more than 6 million users, My Purity Test was going viral on college campuses and had reached Facebook's top 30 most popular apps.
Shaw sold My Purity Test to in November 2007, shortly after finishing his bachelor's degree at Stanford.
I had a warrior with me who didn't speak English and I must have been out of my mind. I had had it up to here with modern men and I thought to myself: "I think what modern women need are primitive men." And did you find one?
Jean Carroll is a love guru: She has the longest currently running advice column in the country (Elle Magazine, 20 years, six million readers).
Carroll was a writer for Saturday Night Live, has authored four books, contributed to a host of major magazines, and been featured on just about every national talk show.
From the now classic Ok Cupid to the ultra-exclusive newcomer The League, there are plenty of sites you can use to jumpstart your love life.
But none of that compares to the services of a real-life matchmaker — at least according to the founders of young matchmaking startup Tawkify.