May 9, 2024

Celebrity Journalist Debuts New Dating App For “Older Men, Millennial Women, No Sugar Babies”

Brownie Marie

Celebrity journalist Brownie Marie has launched a new dating app, ‘The Fox Hunters Club,’ for millennial women seeking older men.

Marie is best known for her interviews with celebrities in film, fashion, and music over the past decade.

Her day job as a tech executive for startups in Silicon Valley and New York City helped her in the launch of the new tech platform.

The Fox Hunters Club

The Fox Hunters Club is for women seeking relationships with older men; however, it clearly states that it is not an app for sugar babies and sugar daddies.

After options aligned with her dating preferences were limited on popular apps, Marie decided to fill the gap.

“During the pandemic… I was looking to start a second business app. I was single, and I got back on dating apps,” she told Essence.

“So I’m on these apps, and people are very much skewed younger than what I was looking for… I just realized if you were interested in dating someone older but wanted a serious, committed relationship, there wasn’t an app out there for you.”

Using modern technology, Marie intentionally created a platform for non-transactional connections between millennials and Generation X or baby boomers.

The app is targeting millennial women. The target for women is 30 and up. For men, it’s 45 and up. So, it’s Gen X or older on the male side.

”This is the first app for millennial women looking for older men for a serious relationship,” Marie stated.

“Since Fox Hunters Club is only for people seeking committed relationships, there’ll be fewer individuals casting a wide net and fewer individuals just swiping mindlessly. Hopefully, there will be more folks who are interested in quality over quantity. “

Sara Keenan

Tech Reporter at POCIT. Following her master's degree in journalism, Sara cultivated a deep passion for writing and driving positive change for Black and Brown individuals across all areas of life. This passion expanded to include the experiences of Black and Brown people in tech thanks to her internship experience as an editorial assistant at a tech startup.