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I was inspired mainly because I felt there was a huge segment of men that don't feel welcome in the 'gay' community — be it 'bi' guys or gay men that don't fit the 'gay' stereotype.

Jane Ward's book Not Gay: Sex Between Straight White Men , published last summer, explores this idea.

Guys who express curiosity about same-sex encounters are perceived as on-their-way-to-gay, and if can be difficult for them to explore their sexuality with as little consequence as women, even though there's plenty of precedent for homo-erotic romps amongst straight dudes."BRO's main goal is to bring men together — whether they're curious, bi, or gay — and not single anyone out just because they're not 'Scruffy' or 'Jacked.' It's not about what music they listen to or which drag star is their favorite; BRO is about men finding a connection with each other beyond the stereotypes people may try to fit them into.

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There should absolutely be space for everyone to say, "I am attracted to masculinity/femininity/androgyny" and filter by those qualities effectively on dating apps. Want more of Bustle's Sex and Relationships coverage?

But that idea gets complicated when we move to block non-heteronormative, non-cisnormative queer folks from a space purporting to promote sexually fluidity. Check out our new podcast, I Want It That Way, which delves into the difficult and downright dirty parts of a relationship, and find more on our Soundcloud page.

There's nothing wrong with being masculine-identified, or masculine-oriented in your attraction.

But there is something wrong when you demonize or police "effeminate" behavior or feminine presentations within the queer male community.

Specifically, the app gives men options to look for: "Dates," "Chat," "JUST Friends," "Long-Term Bromance," or "Whatever, Bro." Nude photos are not allowed, in an effort to cut down on some of the beef-fest that is traditionally associated with gay dating apps, but the implication of hook-up potential is high, with fields for disclosing your body type, height, ethnicity, HIV status, and "bro type."BRO founder Scott Kutler devised the app to make space for and encourage increasingly fluid sexuality in men.

While fleeting, exploratory, or label-free same-sex attraction amongst women goes largely unstigmatized, the same is not true for sexual fluidity in men, in spite of its prevalence throughout history.

Whether you love or loathe Tinder, there is no denying it has changed online dating forever.