Or maybe you just really want to be able to connect with someone else on a non-sexual level – we all have different needs.
When hook-up app Tinder headed this year’s tech gold rush (at one point growing by 1 per cent a day), the race was suddenly on for other app makers to strike a similar chord.
Be honest with yourself You need to be honest with yourself and your reasoning for why you’re doing this.
Do you yearn for the simple things in life — like cuddling a total stranger that an app tells you is nearby?
Yet few could have predicted that Tinder’s latest potential successor would enable people to meet up for what they call “gentle, no-pressure intimacy”.
Cuddlr, a location-based meeting service, connects strangers not for dinner, dates or even no-strings sex, but for cuddling.
When you arrive, your Snuggle Partner will be there to offer a warm, genuine hug — followed by snuggles, affectionate caresses, and tender attention to your needs.