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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?