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Those doing the rating are also asked to choose from a list of positive and negative hashtags to describe the men to the benefit of other women who might have some interest.
But if you plan to just log on to dish the dirt on your no-good ex, think again.
Although some have described the app as being sexist, it seems some men don't mind, because since being launched over nine months ago, the social networking site has received a number of requests from guys wanting to be rated.
Not that guys would be able to avoid being rated in any event since all the guys on your Facebook friend page are automatically at risk of being thrown into the pool of male profiles on Lulu.
So what is this Yankee girl going to tell you about dating a Jamaican.
While a dating app like Hinge is for those who want to be wined and dined before getting into serious relationships, others like Bang with friends are for those who are just looking for hook-ups.
Hinge's more conservative approach to dating gives it a less superficial feel, because the app connects people with friends of friends on Facebook and uses a romance graph to determine compatibility based on information such as hobbies and one's profession.
One of the most controversial mobile dating apps to date has been Carrot dating, a mobile social network that allows women to be bribed by their suitors.
According to the app's intro page, Carrot dating is a win-win for everyone.
And while distance has always been an issue with online dating, this app makes it possible for you to meet up with the guy around the corner a few blocks from you because it uses GPS positioning to match you with someone within reach.