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Have You Tried the PURE Hookup App Yet?

WANT IMMEDIATE, ANONYMOUS, AND SCANDALOUS SEX?

…Now that I have your attention, check out what we’ve got going on at the Casual Sex Project and find out how to enter for a chance to win free LELO toys and an Adventure Kit, all while turning up the heat in the bedroom!

Introducing the PURE Hookup App! Finally, we have an app that is designed purely for hooking up. No endless conversations with no follow through, no matches that are miles away by the time you actually chat, no getting your hopes up only to find out they aren’t looking for the same things as you. Imagine if Uber, Tinder, and Snapchat had a threesome, birthing PURE, a hookup app that is direct and straightforward as fuck.

Given our love of hookups, we here at the Casual Sex Project feel like PURE was kind of created for us and all the casual sex aficionados out there. So we want to introduce you to the app, invite you to download and play with it, share with us your stories and experiences over the next month using our Share Your Story form, and incentivize you to do that by offering you a couple of sexy giveaways thanks to our sponsor LELO!

This sexy campaign ends on March 1, so get busy! Read our full article on The Casual Sex Project to find out more details about PURE and the free giveaways.

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