Sex & Dating
New Dating App For Sober Singles
Recent studies show that alcohol consumption is on the decline.
With more and more people living a clean and sober lifestyle, a dating and meet-up app that brings sober singles together has launched. The app was created by the Clean Fun Network (CFN), a new community that hosts fun trips around the world, special events, dating and other booze-free activities.
Using the app’s geo-locator, sober singles can meet like-minded people in a clean, fun environment. The app features privacy and security options to ensure the safety of users.
Here are a few of the Clean Fun Network’s upcoming events:
- Theater Night : Buzzer – March 26th
- April Fools Extravaganza LIVE (comic show) – April 2nd
- Yankees Home Opener – April 6th
- Dinner & Show in New Haven – April 8th
- Intimate Cooking Class at Crave It – April 15th
- Yankees vs. Mets Game – April 25th
- Naam Yoga & Healthy Dinner at Communal Restaurant – twice a month
Interested in the CFN dating app? To download the app visit www.app.cleanfunnetwork.com.
Statistics on Sobriety
- Most people hit their peak alcohol consumption at age 25. A British study, now published in BMC Medicine, followed the drinking habits of men and women throughout their lifetime and found that regardless of gender, most individuals hit their peak alcohol consumption at age 25, followed by a decline and long period of plateau.
- Teenage alcohol consumption in America continued its long-term decline in 2014. According to findings from the University of Michigan’s Monitoring the Future study, which tracks trends in substance use among students in 8th, 10th and 12th grades. All three grades showed a decline in the proportion of students reporting any alcohol use in the 12 months prior to the survey; the three grades combined dropped from 43 percent to 41 percent, a statistically significant change.