While he anticipates that gay men will use the app as well, he wants the experience to be a place where men have space to explore sexual and emotional desires without having to specifically name them. BRO is an app that honors this complexity by giving men the opportunity to think about their sexuality without feeling the need to fall into any particular group or category. The Huffington Post chatted with Kutler this week about BRO, who he expects will use it and how he hopes it will help men feel comfortable exploring their personal spectrum of desire. Who do you envision using it and for what purpose? Scott Kutler: My vision is that BRO will act as a social network where men can find other men to make meaningful connections beyond just hooking up or random sex. Our typical demographic will likely be men that identify as gay looking to meet other men for friendship or dating, and not straight men looking for sex like some media outlets have proclaimed.
However, Bro is also a place for men who may not be sure of their sexuality or who want a safe place to express it without judgment or fear; and that means they may identify as "straight.
Why is this important to you?
In our culture we have a tradition of identifying people through particular categories: straight, gay, or bi and it is rare that we accept that men can be bisexual at all. It gives men the opportunity to explore without feeling burdened by the need to identify in one way or another.
What do you say to critics who would claim that this app caters towards men with internalized homophobia and "masc4masc" culture? I've found that by being inclusive of men that may not typically identify as gay, some critics believe the app comes off homophobic.
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People also think the name itself - BRO - has heteronormative connotations. In actuality, I believe it's the opposite. BRO is a safe space for men to express and embrace their sexuality.
Our goal is to move beyond the "hookup culture" and be inclusive of more than just "gay" men. I chose the name BRO because I believe a bro is someone you can count on to be there for you.
A bro can be a friend, a brother, or in some cases, a life partner. I believe that masculinity and sexuality can be mutually exclusive.
Men have the right to express their masculinity however they'd like.
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They may come off as stereotypically effeminate, or they may seem what critics call "straight acting," and more in line with how society defines masculine.
BRO is a place for both without judgement.
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I've dated men of all colors, shapes and sizes, but it seemed that white men habitually said reckless, racist things to me as part of their approach," Johnson told Mic. When Johnson heard he wasn't alone in this struggle, he decided to make a film expanding the conversation on racism in the gay community.
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Online, I see so many demanding that their partners not have any trace of femininity There's so much more to being a man than fitting a narrowly enforced view of masculinity," Johnson explained.
These stereotypes are reinforced by a society that's increasingly embracing white gay men in pop culture, but still lacks representation of gay men of color, both in mainstream and erotic media.
The experiences of the men in the video underscore how badly these representations are needed in the "real world. There seems to be a desire for that which isn't me.
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