"Glimmer was designed to promote transparency between users and be welcoming to all people."Buzz Feed reports that the app, currently available for both Android and i Phone, was launched in January 2017 by Geoffrey Anderson.Anderson was inspired to create the app after working with people with disabilities and watching his disabled brother struggle with traditional dating apps like Tinder.However, for new dating app, Glimmer, it's all about honesty — especially when it comes to disabilities."A lot of dating and social apps can be misleading or exclusive," the website reads.What exactly was Miley Cyrus smoking out of that bong? Mooney, medical director of Willingway Hospital, a drug addiction treatment facility in Statesboro, Georgia.
"And many people report a sense of subjective well being, too."So far, salvia has not been proved to be harmful, Mooney says.
For better or worse, online dating is all about putting on an act.
You hand-pick your photos and traits to balance what best represents you and how you want to present yourself to the Tinder-verse.
Maggie O’Farrell, 38, has written five novels, the latest of which, The Hand that First Held Mine (Headline), won the 2010 Costa Novel Award and is available in paperback now.
O’Farrell has also won awards for her debut novel, After You’d Gone, and her third novel, The Distance Between Us.
Ambition I always knew I wanted to be a writer, though I didn’t really know what a writer was. I’ve written diaries all my life and I still have some from when I was a child. I still want a donkey – I’m going to call it Plinky-Plonky – but my husband won’t hear of it. He had a gumshield made for football years ago and I came across the cast for it when we were moving house.