Over 700,000 people currently use the app.
That’s a lot of women depending on something completely digital to keep them from getting pregnant.
Anybody else think this is an insane idea?
The aim says younger users should maybe consider a different from of contraception.
Or maybe just anyone? Sure, it’s probably a nice supplemental app to know when you’re fertile, but it shouldn’t be the only thing keeping you from getting pregnant.
Of course, despite the 700,000 that are using the app, plenty of people are skeptical.
As one Twitter user simply wrote...”#ROFL”.
Yes, we’re all rolling on the floor laughing. Until an unwanted pregnancy pops up.
Other people are quick to point out the discrepancies with the app and evidence that it works.
“Well I’m shocked that this app promoted by Instagram influencers, which claims to replace actual contraceptives, and was warned against by every sexual health nurse I interviewed a year or so ago may have led to unwanted pregnancies,” one Twitter user posted.
We’re all shocked.
Yeah, those are pretty clear warning signs.
Let’s hope that those 700,000 people using the app aren’t using it as the sole replacement for contraceptive. Maybe we should trust medical professionals a little more than apps?