But as the “White Collar Diary” group shows, as a guy, I’m not allowed to post in it, no matter what my job is: The college group “Campus Diary,” which has been viewed by more than 14 million people within 24 hours of its launch, also allows only female users to post.Any users can “praise” or “tip” under their posts after joining the group, though.So what’s drawing millions of Chinese users to Alipay’s new service? Photos of scantily clad women showing their cleavage—accompanied by text asking male users for tips, chats, or booty calls—flooded these groups within hours after its launch, Chinese tech media reported (link in Chinese). 28 statement on Weibo (link in Chinese, registration required) that the new service is still in the testing stage and vowed to crack down on “harmful” information.While some posts in “Circles” showed scantily clad women on Nov.
"It doesn't work for normal looking guys," one scoffed.My best friend James confirmed what I suspect many men now feel."You don't want to be that creep in the bar," he explained, "Tinder lessens that risk of instant rejection, that's why it is successful. But since when did women want a man delivered in a safety net?Because if you think our mobile phone addictions have ruined mealtimes, think about what it is doing to the ancient ritual of the IRL chat-up.Where once we looked outwards for people we liked, hoping one is delivered on the wings of chance, now we bow our heads and flick through carefully managed bios and outdated group shots.