I just stumbled upon this link on Deadspin.com ... If you have a Facebook account and a few ex-girlfriends, former hookups, or ex-wives that might have an axe to grind, watch out: http://jezebel.com/sex-yelp-new-app-lets-ladies-anonymously-rate-and-revi-512872745 Article excerpt: Lulu, like Tindr and Bang With Friends, is another one of those handy apps that focuses on the delightful experience of fornication and brings it together with your social media accounts. But unlike previous romance apps, Lulu isn't about finding a partner. It's about reviewing and rating conquests, lovers, whatever. "You" must be female, and you're scoring dudes. Lulu is Yelp for hookups, in that the guys are the restaurant and women are the reviewers. Okay so, yes, this sounds a lot like a meat market/revenge site for spiteful exes, and plenty of people have accused the site of being a forum for malicious women to tell the world Joe Handsome actually has the smallest dick ever. But Alexandra Chong, founder of Lulu, has created the app in such a way that the experience is less like a 4chan thread to ruins guys' lives. and more a tool for crowdsourcing womens' opinion on a guy. Here's how it works: Women must log in using their Facebook pages, which verify that they are indeed a woman. (Lulu has a team of developers that keep out guys who want to hack into the system). Once a woman logs in, she can find a guy â€” the process is basically a Facebook search â€” with whom she's hooked up and review him using the format Lulu has created. Although reviewers remain completely anonymous, they have to indicate how they know the dude in question: Are you an ex? Did you hook up? Are you currently together? Maybe he's your cousin and you're doing him a favor. Next, the Lulu asks you to answer a series of multiple-choice questions (the screencap below features just a few; there are endless hashtag options, from #manscaped to #playsdidgeridoo). Your answers result in an overall score for said guy, with hashtags put into "Best" and "Worst" categories and some sort of zingy phrase that summarizes his person like, "His jokes are hard to laugh at" or "He's shrouded in mystery." No one can leave comments in their own words, meaning the app keeps reviewers from being overly detailed (i.e., there is no place on the app where women can describe penis size). With time, Lulu turns into a database of men with reviews from women â€” and with over 75,000 downloads, plenty of women are using it.