“I went on probably like 10 to 15 dates from Tinder, and they just all always seem like people actually trying to date.” 1.Feeld Pros: Feeld, formerly known as Thrinder, brands itself as a gathering place for people looking for something outside the sexual mainstream, like polyamory, kink, or multiple partners.“I’m not really looking for a relationship right now,” she explains, and she prefers apps that offer her plenty of potential matches with a similar mindset.

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By design, that can’t happen here: The finite window of time to start up a conversation with a match is a good push to get things rolling.

Cons: There’s a lot of overlap with other apps, meaning you’re often swiping through the same users repeatedly: “Bumble and Tinder are the same people, the same pictures,” Busa says.

The app even includes space to list your sexual interests in your profile, which cuts out a lot of awkward introductory conversation, Busa says: “You’re meeting this person and you’re already like, ‘Okay, so we might have sex, let’s see if we have a connection.’ It’s really nice to cut to it and not feel like it’s a shameful thing to talk about.” Cons: The less experienced may have to do some googling.

“A lot of the profiles have those acronyms for whatever sexual things they’re into which I’m really not too familiar with,” she says.

Each time you cross paths with another user IRL, their profile pops up — which, according to Busa, brings an element of logistical ease that the other apps lack.

“You don’t have to do that first question of where do you live and figure out if you even want to meet,” she says, since the only reason you’re connected in the first place is because you were already in the same place at some point.Cons: Tinder’s tried to walk back its hookup-app reputation in recent years by emphasizing its relationship-making powers — and it seems some people are listening.“I think people really take it as a trying-to-find-a-partner app,” Busa says.Connecticut Services for Adults Connecticut’s programs and services for adults include specialized autism services, residential options, community-based day options as well as vocational supports and job coaching.Community and Residential Services for Adults The Institute first began operating in Connecticut in 1986 through its Division of Community and Residential Services that focused primarily on helping people leave large state-run institutions in Mansfield, Southbury and Waterford by creating residential alternatives that were integral parts of neighborhoods and communities.is a community project run by and for individuals with special needs.