Lulu is an up-and-coming smartphone app that allows women to annoynmously rate men based on their own experiences with them.
Women, and only women, rate men based on sexual performance, character, physical appearance, first kiss and commitment level.
“[Lulu] is definitely a guilty pleasure of mine,” ISU student Sarah Johnson, said. “It’s just hilarious that girls are able to rate their exes without them knowing and a fun thing to do when you’re bored.”
While most women seem to find pleasure out of rating men in their area, the men whose profiles are linked to their Facebook pages do not always feel the same.
“I downloaded the app as a joke one day, but I deleted it after I received a couple ratings. It’s just really shallow, and I didn’t feel the need to be a part of it,” ISU student Tom Jones said.
While the buzz surrounding the Lulu app may not be consistent among men and women, the entertainment factor still remains.
Like many other fad smartphone apps, Lulu’s popularity will run its course. But until then, women will continue to find amusement with their anonymous ratings.
Editors Note: The individuals quoted in both of these articles declined to reveal their real names.