You pin, we unfollow.
What pins? We don’t see any pins.
I find it more interesting that man-culture would feel the need to carve out a corner of the social networking sandbox at all, when the Internet is such an expansive beach of dude. The Web was laid on a foundation of porn, built with walls of lewd jokes, shingled on top with the discussion strains of a Reddit board.Washington Post Reporter Monica Hesse • Debating the validity of a site called Dudepins, which is — you guessed it — an attempt to build Pinterest for men. Dudepins isn’t so much the male-oriented Pinterest as the 2004-era Spike TV version of Pinterest, a version of Pinterest so obsessed with mandom that it looks like it’s trying too hard, to the point where non-manly things are taken down. While growth is happening quickly, according to its owners, we’d like to offer up an anecdote from a movie that’s decidedly not manly, “Mean Girls”: “Stop trying to make fetch happen!”