We are neglected and unappreciated by our partners and we want to discreetly meet married (or single) people who do not want commitment but are simply after a good time and a few laughs with no strings attached and no complications.
Its purpose is to bring people together solely based on their desire to make a baby. You can find people locally, as the app is GPS-enabled, but you can also zoom out and get a global view of what is out there.
Fisher also told The Huffington Post that this is the largest study that's ever been conducted on singles in America -- and she hopes that it makes people wake up and see the reality of singles' lives, rather than the stereotypes.
"Women are just as sexual as men, and men are just as romantic as women," she said.
Ryan, 37, also thought it could cater to millennials who may be less inclined to settle down than previous generations, but still want to experience parenthood, no matter their relationship status.
"Millennials are often in this space where they're transient, their relationships don't last as long, and they're putting off having kids," said Ryan. Or, to look at from the other side, what if you signed up thinking you wanted a baby, matched up with someone who desperately wanted your service, but then decided you weren’t up for it?
"I noticed so much anxiety among my friends, and thought, 'Why not rid the stigma around trying alternative approaches, and make an app? Free to install and use, its business model is, Ryan says, "under development," with the main goal of its makers now to just get it out into the world, and perfect for its users. The stakes are so much higher than they are in dating. "From my perspective, pregnancy is the most important journey in someone's life." And while Just A Baby could make procreation more feasible for individuals who need assistance, that whole warm, community vibe factor could actually make things more complicated than desired.
Ryan is quick to assert that if two parties decide to try and make a baby upon meeting through the app, they should go through all the legal and medical channels necessary to have the healthiest arrangement. Yet the app's mere name seems to suggest that having a baby really isn't all that big a deal, which draws criticism from some. "When you're dealing with human beings, you're dealing with their extended families, and possible future families, and relationship dynamics get involved," said Eyvazzadeh.
Match up with a local surrogate or prospective co-parent? "We had a good response, [acquiring] about 3,000 to 4,000 people over the past couple months," Ryan told NBC News.I'm an adultbaby, which means I like to be treated like, Well a baby, Though of course it dos not have to be 24/7.